Credit: Tess & the d'Urberville / Sultry

Sultry asbl has announced that Luxembourg will host an international a cappella charity concert at the Hollerich cultural centre on Saturday 13 July 2024 at 18:30.

The concert will feature an a cappella group from Exeter (UK), Tess & the d'Urbervilles, and Luxembourg's own a cappella group, Sultry. This cultural and musical exchange will see these two sets of performers sing a variety of genres and styles from pop to jazz, musicals and comic songs, and they will perform two songs together. 

The concert is for the benefit of Wäertvollt Liewen, an organisation supporting those suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or a similar pathology. Founded in February 2012, Wäertvollt Liewen serves as a link between people suffering from ALS or a similar pathology and the authorities in the social and medical field; it endeavours to continuously improve the living conditions of these chronically critically ill people, particularly in connection with round-the clock care by third parties.

Tess & the d'Urbervilles is an a cappella group based in Exeter, England. Formed in 2016, the group enjoys singing soaring harmonies and pop songs and often creates its own arrangements, mixing it up with different styles. The group's belief is that there is nothing better than the shared experience of music.

Sultry is a modern a cappella jazz / pop / rock group founded in 2017. Based in Luxembourg, the group is composed of singers from various countries and cultures who are all passionate about singing. They use their voices to create an intense atmosphere ranging from sentimental and exuberant to comical. Bringing back the cool elegance of Ella Fitzgerald, the rhythm of Stevie Wonder, Queen and Bruno Mars and the fun of Disney movies, Sultry's versatility is intended to suit any musical taste.

Admission to the concert is free, but donations are welcome.

Wäertvollt Liewen will run the bar, which will be open from 18:00.

Further details are available on Sultry's website at