Director of Music Stephen Cleobury was interviewed on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show yesterday, and on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire this morning. You can still catch the interviews on the iPlayer.
22 December 2011
Dr Andreas Bender wins a Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award 2011 for his work on modelling the effects of potential new drugs.
20 December 2011
The Guardian website broadcast a Choir concert live from London last tonight. You can still watch a recording of the concert online.
The popular Radio 2 show will feature the Chapel organ next Tuesday, 20 December.
15 December 2011
The service booklet for the Christmas Eve service, A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, is now available.
14 December 2011
You can now download the booklet for Carols from King's, the televised service that BBC2 broadcast on Christmas Eve.
12 December 2011
Advocate General Eleanor (Leo) Sharpston QC has been elected an Emeritus Fellow of the college.
5 December 2011
The latest Archive of the month looks at documents about wine at King's.
2 December 2011
We are running a quick, anonymous survey to help us to improve the website.
A group of students raise over £12,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
29 November 2011
The King's Annual Report for 2011 has just been put online.
28 November 2011
The Swedish Chamber Choir, directed by a an ex-Choral Scholar of King's, has just won two major prizes.
23 November 2011
This year's commissioned carol is based on 'Christmas Eve' by Christina Rossetti.
21 November 2011
A group of King's students are going to shave their heads to show solidarity with a friend who is undergoing chemotherapy.
18 November 2011
The Choir got a standing ovation for their concert on 28 October in the nave of the Mus
16 November 2011
Royal Crown Derby has produced a plate for King's with quotes from Xu Zhimo's poem 'Saying Good-bye to Cambridge Again'.
14 November 2011
David Baddiel will talk about his latest novel The Death of Eli Gold at the Cambridge Wordfest.
11 November 2011
A memorial service for internationally-renowned tenor Robert Tear was held last Saturday in the Chapel.
9 November 2011
King's Art Centre is holding an exhibition by Agnes Poitevin-Navarre from 11 to 26 November 2011.
7 November 2011
The latest Archive of the month looks at the paintings of roaming entomologist George Salt.
1 November 2011
BBC Radio 4's Click On programme uses a recording of the Choir to demonstrate a new way to create 3D sound.
25 October 2011
The Choir is singing at the Mus
24 October 2011
A team co-led by King's researcher Alexander Kentikelenis says the economic crisis is affecting the health of Greeks.
The Shop at King's is now selling the college 2011 Christmas cards.
17 October 2011
Lord Sainsbury was elected the new Chancellor of the University yesterday (Sunday 16 October).
Elections are being held today and tomorrow to choose a new Chancellor for the University of Cambridge.
14 October 2011
A Memorial Service for Robert Tear will be held in the Chapel on Saturday 5 November at 2.30pm.
5 October 2011
King's Fellow Elizabeth Murchison has given a TED lecture on her work to save the Tasmanian devil from an infectious cancer.
4 October 2011
October's Archive of the month uncovers an 1861 cartoon of a party at King's.
3 October 2011
Head Porter Carl Hodson has abseiled down Great St Mary's Church for charity.
27 September 2011
The Environmental Health Officer has awarded King's Catering Department five stars for food hygiene.
22 September 2011
Key players in television and new media gathered for the Royal Television Society Convention at King's last week.
21 September 2011
Two teams from King's competed in the annual Chariots of Fire relay race around Cambridge.
19 September 2011
A concert in the Chapel on 9 November celebrates the work of Benjamin Britten.
A piano recital and readings on 30 October portray Liszt's relationship with two of his lovers.
8 September 2011
September's Archive of the month presents engravings of King's that date from the late sixteenth century to the early nineteenth century.
6 September 2011
On Saturday 10 September the Library is holding a free exhibition of beautifully-illustrated architectural books.
5 September 2011
The Guardian has made a film about the Chapel for its 'Britain's best buildings' series.
The Archive of the month looks at history of the short-lived canteen at King's.
12 August 2011
One of this year's graduates is taking part in a double decathlon in The Netherlands.
5 August 2011
Junior Research Fellow Victoria Harris wins the Women's History Network Book Prize for her first book.
2 August 2011
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is staging Much Ado About Nothing in the Fellows' Garden in August.
27 July 2011
Professor Ross Harrison is re-elected as Provost for a further two years.
25 July 2011
King's compositions student is having one of her works performed tomorrow in a Peckham car park.
22 July 2011
King's Fellow Professor Dan McKenzie FRS has just been awarded the Royal Society's Copley Medal.
20 July 2011
Two former King's students featured in the opening night of the Proms last Friday.
19 July 2011
The Chapel sermons are starting to be published online.
18 July 2011
The Choir returns to East Asia to play concerts in Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai.
13 July 2011
Honorary King's Fellow and patron of the arts Lord Harewood died yesterday.
12 July 2011
Crossword complier and Kingsman John Graham appears on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs.
There are still a few tickets left for tonight's Summer Choral Concert in the Chapel.
8 July 2011
July's Archive of the month looks at the history of the May Week celebrations.
4 July 2011
Children from three schools sing in the Chapel as part of the Classroom Polyphony project.
29 June 2011
A new virtual tour of the Chapel shows you parts of the building not normally open to visitors.
15 June 2011
King's Fellow Professor Yasir Suleiman receives a CBE for services to education.
13 June 2011
Dr Francesco Colucci, Dr Geoff Moggridge and Dr Jude Browne take up more senior posts on 1 October.
9 June 2011
King's Fellow Prof George Efstathiou is a joint winner of the Gruber Cosmology Prize.
1 June 2011
Kingsman Lord Phillips has been made a Knight of the Garter, the country's highest order of chivalry.
18 May 2011
Estonian composer Arvo P
16 May 2011
An exhibition called 'Phantom City' starts this Sunday 15 May at the King's Art Centre.
13 May 2011
King's College Choir returns to East Asia this July to perform in Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai.
10 May 2011
The Choir's performance of Bach's St John Passion has received an enthusiastic review on MusicalCriticism.com.
4 May 2011
The latest Archive of the month reveals the 400-year history of beermaking at King's.
This year's Summer Choral Concert is on 8 July and is dedicated to the memory of Welsh tenor Robert Tear.
2 May 2011
King's is holding a free concert of festive music in the Chapel this Saturday, 30 April, at 6.30pm.
28 April 2011
The Aronowitz Ensemble plays pieces by Schubert, Goldmark and Brahms on Sunday 1 May.
Last Friday's performance of Frank Martin's Golgotha at King's has been praised by critics.
27 April 2011
The Chapel services booklet for the Easter and Long Vac Terms (26 April - 5 July) is now out.
26 April 2011
Cambridge students are invited to apply for money from the EH Durham Fund to help their research into biology and medical sciences.
21 April 2011
A Memorial Service for Frank Kermode will be held in King's College Chapel on 7 May at 2.15pm.
20 April 2011
The Guardian and The Times have this Friday's Golgotha concert as a classical pick of the week.
18 April 2011
Former King's students Judith Weir and David Goode are featured in the first night of the Proms on 15 July.
The BBC is broadcasting a concert and a service from King's College Chapel over the Easter period.
15 April 2011
A King's MPhil student has come runner up in the British Council's Shine! awards for international students.
14 April 2011
King's gives talented young people a taste of what student life is really like and a chance to get their questions answered.
12 April 2011
King's Choir performs the UK premiere of Arvo P
6 April 2011
April's Archive of the month shows letters from a student at King's in the 1920s.
4 April 2011
Internationally renowned tenor and Honorary Fellow of King's Robert Tear died this morning (29 March).
29 March 2011
Come to a candlelit concert in the Chapel, with music by Beethoven, Vasks and Fauré.
A King's research students wins a poster competition at The Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar.
28 March 2011
King's student Andrew Viquerat is rowing in the Cambridge reserve crew tomorrow.
25 March 2011
The King's Art Centre is holding an exhibition of work by the figurative painter John Clark.
23 March 2011
King's College Choir sing Bach's St John Passion in the Cadogan Hall, London on 20 April.
17 March 2011
This year's Foundation Concert features the talented young horn player Alec Frank-Gemmill and the tenor John McMunn.
15 March 2011
Kingsman Leslie Valiant has just won the 'Nobel Prize of Computer Science', the AM Turing Award.
10 March 2011
The website for the Shop at King's closes 14 March 2011 and will reopen later in the year.
9 March 2011
The new Archive of the month shows a selection of old postcards of King's.
2 March 2011
A new page on the website shows how King's is reducing waste, cutting carbon and promoting wildlife.
24 February 2011
King's is holding a sell-out gala concert in the Chapel on 25 February.
18 February 2011
King's alumnus Revd John Graham MBE, better known as crossword setter Araucaria, is age 90 today.
16 February 2011
The King's Annual Report for 2010 has just been put online.
14 February 2011
Help support King's Library by buying from Amazon through the Library pages.
10 February 2011
Listen to a broadcast of the choir singing last Wednesday's service to celebrate Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple.
7 February 2011
February's Archive of the month looks at the history of women at Cambridge, illustrated with sketches by an Edwardian student.
2 February 2011
This Sunday's concert of Schubert and Vaughan Williams songs will be held in the Chapel.
25 January 2011
Jazz singer Claire Martin and pianist Sir Richard Rodney Bennett play Irving Berlin in the Hall at King's on 5 March.
An exhibition of paintings by Zambian-born artist Emily Kirby is being held at the King's Art Centre 6 - 19 March.
24 January 2011
King's College Choir and Durham Cathedral Choir sing together for the first time.
19 January 2011
King's is hosting an interdisciplinary conference on history, 7-9 April 2011.
18 January 2011
A new section called 'Conference & Dining' contains all the information you need to organise an event at King's.
13 January 2011
The Chapel services booklet for the Lent Term (18 January - 18 March) is now out.
11 January 2011
King's Fellow Professor Caroline Humphrey has been made a Dame of the British Empire for services to scholarship.
7 January 2011
Richard Lloyd Morgan sings music by Schubert and Vaughan Williams on 30 January.
6 January 2011
January's Archive of the month reveals the history of the secret debating society, The Apostles.
5 January 2011
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