THE HAMPTON AVENUE 4

From Left to Right:  Dylan Bell, Tom Lillington, Suba Sankaran and Debbie Fleming




 

Debbie Fleming, Suba Sankaran, Dylan Bell and Tom Lillington performed together
in the larger group, Hampton Avenue, for 6 years.  After the octet disbanded, the Hampton Avenue 4 continued to work as a quartet, as they realized that they had a special magic to their sound. Because of their unique timbre and musicianship,  their excellent pitch and sightreading, they  are in demand in the recording industry, and can be heard on some Avalon and Solitudes recordings with Michael Maxwell and John Herberman. They were also part of the choir on Alan Jackson's Christmas CD release of 2002, as well as appearing in many jingles on television and radio.

They sang in the made for TV movie -- The Music Man, starring Matthew Broderick, and are the main core of Debbie Fleming's CD "A Gift of Harmony" which can be purchased on this website. Hampton Avenue Market

Christmas has always been their busiest time, as they perform regularly at Toronto's First Canadian Place, singing traditional carols, as well as some jazzy Hampton Avenue offerings in 4 parts.

They are becoming increasingly in demand for Corporate functions -- as their versatility, "joie de vivre" and incredible musicality are attractive to audiences of all ages.

To contact the Hampton Avenue 4 -- please call   416-461-7811

or email us at:  Hampton Avenue 4 Email