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In the first round of the show, Escala performed a "techno version" of Palladio by the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, and were put through to the semi-finals by judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.At the semi-final, they performed an instrumental version of "Live And Let Die" by Paul Mc Cartney and Wings, receiving a positive reaction from the judges, with Piers Morgan describing it as "the best performance of the week".On 4 December 2009, Escala performed "Palladio" at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada.The quartet also features on "Louder than Words", from Pink Floyd's The Endless River (2014) Escala revealed their debut album, Escala, to an audience of about 400 media at Whitehall Palace, London on 23 September 2008.After the show they put a lower case 'e' on the beginning to e Scala but have since then reverted to Escala.On 6 June 2008 Escala performed at the first night of the nationwide Britain's Got Talent tour in London and on 8 June it was revealed that they had signed a £1.5million contract deal with Sony BMG.On 25 November 2009, Escala were guests on the afternoon live Alan Titchmarsh Show, on ITV.They were individually interviewed by the eponymous presenter and then performed the Karl Jenkins' composed track "Palladio", from their current CD.
On 29 October 2008 they performed the soundtrack for the premiere of the James Bond film Quantum of Solace at the Odeon Leicester Square during the London Film Festival.
However, with Britain's Got Talent being a competition for "undiscovered talent", their experience was said to run counter to the spirit of the show, which Escala refuted, with Izzy Johnston saying, "It's supposed to be open to everyone, professional and amateur alike." They were also alleged to have been invited to audition for Britain's Got Talent by Simon Cowell after they supposedly played the X Factor wrap party in late 2007.
However, ITV refused claims that this was unfair, stating "Escala went through the same application and audition process as everyone else.
The quartet changed their name from Scala to e Scala during Britain's Got Talent after it was discovered that there was already a Belgian choir using the name Scala – Scala & Kolacny Brothers.
They changed the name to e Scala after EMI threatened to sue, despite having used the name Scala for two years.