A total of thirty musical groups from across the UK will be taking to the stage in their bid to be crowned Pitch Battle Champions 2017.
A cappella group from Oxford University, who often enjoy putting their own musical twists on pop music.
Polish Jazz group who came together to find friendships through music - they rehearse in their musical director’s living room, and the group includes a waitress and a pastry chef.
A community gospel choir, featuring a beatboxer, who provide a home away from home feeling for their international members.
Two music teachers (one is a backing singer and the other has performed in the West End) and four of their music students - old and new.
Seaside Welsh soprano, alto, tenor, bass choir from Aberystwyth with a big sound, and a soloist who wants to make music her life-long career.
Newly formed cool vocal group who found their female beatboxer busking.
All-singing and all-dancing musical theatre students aged 17-19 from the Arts1 School of Performance in Milton Keynes.
Newly formed all-female country music group who are full-time musicians, and each play the guitar.
Fun a cappella students from Bristol University who are proud to say they are current International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) semi-finalists.
Liverpool based choir who have the oldest male singer in the series at 64 (a retired cruise ship director), who are from both sides of the Mersey.
Lively and loud gospel choir from Portsmouth University whose musical director Heaven is a forensics student.
A ‘triple-threat’ group of musical theatre performers who came together especially for the series.
Unapologetically fun, all-female, group made up of teachers, a vet and a nanny.
A nine piece contemporary pop vocal group from London who have sung together since childhood.
Husband and wife duo who have joined forces with their oldest friends to make their kids and Loch Lomond proud.
World renowned YouTube a cappella sensations from the Universities in Oxford.
Former West End performers who put surprising vintage style twists onto pop mash-ups.
Fun pop/a cappella group who sing together to escape their nine to five jobs - teachers, financial advisors and a solicitor.
Liverpudlian group of music students whose emotional flash mob video went viral with more than 2 million views on YouTube.
All-female group from The University of Birmingham who want to bring some girl power to a cappella.
Soulful 2nd and 3rd year music students and their lecturer Craig who create their own ambitious musical arrangements.
A 13 piece choir with a cool, urban and diverse feel from the Home Counties.
An all-female Surrey based group of barbershop singers with bags of humour who also have the oldest member in the competition at 70 years old.
A church gospel inspired group who met in East London who have never performed together outside of church.
King’s College London’s nine-piece a cappella group made up of former choir boys.
Classical opera crossover group made up of an engaged couple and their West End friends.
Chamber choir aged 17-18 from Tring Park School for the Performing Arts.
West Midlands based vocal group who rehearse in their local British Legion once a month who are huge musical theatre fans.
Full time music students from all over Europe who hope for long term music careers.
Young male group from Ireland who want to make Barbershop cool.
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