THEY are one of the most admired close harmony groups in Britain.
Little surprise then that the visit to Almondbury next week of the Collegium Regale (its Latin for Kings College) is causing such a stir.
Collegium Regale is made up of the Choral Scholars of the Choir of Kings College, Cambridge.
Those choral scholars sing the daily routine of chapel services throughout term.
Holidays are pretty busy too with concerts and recordings.
Few will have missed the broadcasts of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on BBC TV and Radio each Christmas by the Choir of Kings College.
It is said to reach an estimated 120 million people worldwide.
Collegium Regale is part of that tradition but functions as a separate ensemble from the main choir and is run by its members.
The singers perform regularly around the country touring each Easter in two groups, north and south.
Presumably Almondbury is getting the northern wing of the Collegium Regale for its concert at All Hallows Church on Wednesday at 7.30pm.
The group sings pieces from the traditional repertoire but also enjoys more contemporary music.
They sing everything from spiritual songs to the music of Michael Jackson pieces almost always arranged within the group.
Theyve even sung as principal backing vocalists for rap artist Dizzee Rascal at the BBC Electric Proms.
For tickets to hear some of the countrys best young voices call 01484 429106. The concert is a fundraiser for the church.