A new album of Christmas Carols – the inaugural recording of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge with Director of Music, Daniel Hyde
In the Bleak Midwinter reflects a Christmas that was unlike any other in recent history. Much of the music on this album was heard around the world as part of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, a service that has been broadcast live on Christmas Eve every year since 1930.
As festive carols dominate this time of year, King's College Cambridge takes over CLASSIC fM chart
With more and more people opting for festive carols at this time of year, King's College Cambridge takes over the chart – but they are yet to reach No. 1. Only two new entries have made it on to the chart this week, both at opposite ends of the top 30. Katherine Jenkins' new album Guiding Light has entered an No. 2 and A Renaissance Christmas by The Sixteen & Harry Christophers enters a...
Choir of King's College, Cambridge set to play Minnesota Public Radio's - Fitzgerald Theatre
"I would happily sit in King's College Chapel listening to this choir sing for the rest of my days." - The Times, London Founded in the fifteenth century, the Choir of King's College, Cambridge is undoubtedly one of the world's best known choral groups. While the choir exists primarily to sing the daily services in King's College Chapel, its worldwide fame and reputation, enhanced by its ma...
The Choir Of King's College Cambridge: I Heard A Voice. A stunning selection of Tudor Anthems
The College of King's College Cambridge has recorded a stunning selection of Tudor Anthems by Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Weelkes and Thomas Tomkins for EMI Classics. In I Heard A Voice: The Music of the Golden Age, the choir is joined by Fretwork, the UK-based consort of viols, and by organists Oliver Brett and Peter Stevens. Stephen Cleobury conducts. Although their lives crossed both the...