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By Lindsay Tague

Vesper Concerts Provide Omaha Royal Entertainment

April 8th, 2024

Based at Windsor Castle, members of The Queen’s Six make up part of the Lay Clerks of St George’s Chapel, whose homes lie within the Castle walls. This rare privilege demands the highest musical standards, as they sing regularly for the Royal family at both private and state occasions.

The Queen’s Six sings music in an A cappella style, giving the audience a unique musical experience. Simon Whiteley is a founding member and sings bass for the group. He says the group was formed to continue entertaining the listeners.

The Queen’s Six enjoys touring the world, sharing their music with audiences all around the globe. Nicholas Madden is another founding member and sings tenor for the group. He says they enjoy getting to spread their outreach to as many individuals as possible.

The members of The Queen’s Six want to create an extremely open, relaxing and fun concert environment at all of their performances. In fact, the group always wants to put on a good show for the audience, but they also ensure everyone is comfortable while watching them perform. 

The Queen’s Six performs a mix of all different genres at their concerts, so there is something for everyone. The group will also visit area schools in the city they are in while on tour, helping students from all different backgrounds grow as musicians.

The Queen’s Six will be making their Omaha premiere on Tuesday, April 9th at 7:00 p.m. as part of the free Vesper Concert Series at the Presbyterian Church of the Cross. To find out more about The Queen’s Six upcoming performance and future Vesper Concerts, visit


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