“Cosmicorus are like a church choir that has been listening to Pink Floyd & forgetting its holy purpose” Will Hodgkinson, The Ballad of Britain “Cosmicorus are masters of the possibilities of the human voice" Simon Hardeman, The Independent “Floaty, Gossamer Choral Pop, something like the opening scene of 2001” Mike Flynn, Time Out “I struggle to think of anything I’ve heard like it, it was deeply original and the composition brought magic back to life for me. Reminded me of the few unforgettable children’s authors who find the tender part of the child’s imagination and play with it” Georgina Hewes, BBC World Service and Women’s Hour, BBC Radio 4 Cosmicorus are a group of outstanding harmony singers. Their current show includes arrangements of composers such as Vaughan Williams and a Live rendition of the Star Trek Theme. Their shows have spanned a vast array of stages and festivals; The Royal Festival Hall, The Round House, Glastonbury Festival with Legendary Lost Vagueness & Candle lit churches across london. They are as befitting to an underground cavern with their stripped back acoustic sets and floaty, gossamer vocals as they are to a festival field of midnight revellers. They have supported vocal trio, The Puppini sisters, Mercury award nominees, The Portico Quartet and performed with Mojo award winning folk singer, Lisa Knapp. Ildikó Kerék composer and musical director of Cosmicorus drives a strong concept with influences ranging from Debussy to Rotary Connection combined with sound effects and visuals of the sci-fi genre such as 2001 Space Odyssey. She studied classical piano and jazz composition but graduated in experimental sound alongside contemporaries; Alice Russell and Bonobo. Her collaboration credits include: Paloma Faith and Mercury Award nominated Jazz group Led Bib. She has a lasting passion for intelligent, soulful music, with a hint of the mathematical and the outer dimensions that bewilder the greatest minds; time travel, black holes, multi-verses and borrowed forces. Cosmicorus have gained a distinguished reputation for bringing glamour and a contemporary edge to choral music and fusing it with psychdelic soul and the unlikely sci-fi influence from composers such as Vangelis.