Blossom Street is a highly versatile ensemble of professional singers in their twenties, which performs regularly on TV and radio as well as on the concert platform, and has recently released a CD with Naxos. Directed by Hilary Campbell, the group was formed in 2003, while the singers were undergraduates at the University of York, and relocated to London in 2007.
The group performs a wide range of music tailored to the audience or venue, from jazz and pop arrangements to well-loved classical favourites to brand new commissions. In 2005, Blossom Street filmed a medley of Christmas carols for BBC2, which was broadcast during the snooker final, and since then has performed nationwide and beyond. They sang to Prince Charles on ITV1 as part of his 60th birthday celebrations, and in 2009 gave their debut in Queen Elizabeth Hall as part of the Voicelab series. The group filmed for the TNT Show on Channel 4 and a social media campaign for Clintons Cards, made adverts for sky+, HBO and Channel 5, and recorded two shows of the Sunday Half Hour for BBC Radio 2. They broadcast four shows quarterly for the Daily Service on BBC Radio 4.