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Carl Rütti

Carl Rütti composes the 2014 commissioned carol

The composer of this year's commissioned carol is Carl Rütti, who set to music the words of a medieval hymn.

17 December 2014

Choristers with a TV camera

BBC celebrate the 60th anniversary of Carols from King's

BBC Two is showing a documentary about the televised service Carols from King's.

12 December 2014

Cover of 'Millennium Scenes'

Recording of the Year accolade for King's composer

A CD of music by Richard Causton has just been named The Sunday Times recording of the year for contemporary music .

10 December 2014

Cover of 'Turbulent and Mighty Continent'

King's Fellow wins the European Book Prize

Lord Anthony Giddens has just won the European Book Prize for 'Turbulent and Mighty Continent: What Future for Europe'.

8 December 2014

Brad Epps

Winter issue of King's Parade published

You can now download the Winter 2014 edition of the College newsletter, King's Parade.

4 December 2014

Cover of Favourite Carols from King's

The Choir releases a new Christmas CD and DVD

The Choir has just released a new CD and DVD: Favourite Carols from King's (CD) and Carols from King's (DVD).

7 November 2014

Cover of the Chapel book

New book celebrates 500th anniversary of the Chapel

A new book to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Chapel will be out on 4 December.

31 October 2014

Students walking through the Gatehouse

King's offers postgraduate studentships in Law and Spanish Studies

King's is offering the TRACE Scholarship in Law and Nigel Glendinning PhD Studentship in Spanish Studies.

30 October 2014

Parker Ramsay

Former Organ Scholar wins international competition

Former Organ Scholar Parker Ramsay has won the prestigious Sweelinck International Organ Competition in The Netherlands.

29 October 2014

Harrison Birtwistle

King's celebrates Harrison Birtwistle's 80th year

Events organised by King's Fellow Richard Causton celebrate the composer Harrison Birtwistle's 80th year.

13 October 2014

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