Choristers at King's College have an unbeatable start to life. The choristership experience is probably the best musical education available to boys between the ages of eight and 13; it also offers the benefits of skills that will last a lifetime.
Performing to a highly professional standard, choristers gain a natural self-confidence, as well as the appreciation of good time-keeping and the rewards that result from hard work and disciplined study, combined with a well-rounded social experience.
King's makes every effort to make choristerships possible for any boy with the right musical ability: see the section on fees.
- The School and boarding
- The Choir and singing
- Frequently asked questions
- Give your child a voice: watch the feature video
First step: contact us
If you would like to find out more about choristerships in general, including auditions or the daily routine, or if you’re considering a choristership for your son, please get in touch with the Director of Music at King’s College, Stephen Cleobury, on 01223 331224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen is always pleased to hear from parents who would like to know more about choristerships. The next Chorister Auditions take place on Saturdays 27 September 2014 and 24 January 2015.
If you would like to find out more about the School, including the boarding house, or financial issues, please get in touch with the King’s College School Office on 01223 365814 or email@example.com.