An interview with the Director of Music, Stephen Cleobury, appeared in The Guardian yesterday.
20 December 2012
Two memorial events are being planned at King's for the former Director of Music, Sir Philip Ledger, who died last month.
19 December 2012
This year's commissioned carol is by Carl Vine, who has set Tennyson's 'Ring Out, Wild Bells' to music.
18 December 2012
The former Director of Music Sir David Willcocks and the composer John Rutter were on the BBC's Look East last night.
12 December 2012
King's College Choir appeared on The One Show on BBC One last night.
Fellow Commoner of King's Mark Pigott OBE has been awarded an Honorary Knighthood for services to education, the arts, and philanthropy in the UK.
10 December 2012
The Very Revd Michael Till, the former Dean of King's College Chapel, died on 4 December.
6 December 2012
Choral Scholar Rob Stephen has been selected to play in the traditional rugby game between Oxford and Cambridge at Twickenham on 6 December.
4 December 2012
The King's Singers and youth choirs will perform the winning entries from the inaugural 'Carol for Christmas' competition on 18 December.
The King's College Annual Report for 2012 has just been published and is available to download.
29 November 2012
The Director of Music at King's, Stephen Cleobury, will conduct Haydn's 'The Creation' in the Chapel on Saturday 1 December.
26 November 2012
The former Director of Music at King's, Sir Philip Ledger, died last Sunday (18 November).
22 November 2012
There will be a memorial celebration for Professor Sir Gabriel Horn on Saturday 26 January 2013.
13 November 2012
A light show inspired by astrophysics will be projected on to the East End of the Chapel on 15 and 16 November.
9 November 2012
On Saturday 20 October the Choir helped celebrate the 80th birthdays of Alexander Goehr and Hugh Wood.
8 November 2012
November's Archive of the month features old photos of the interior of the College, including pictures of student 'sets'.
5 November 2012
Celebrate Halloween with King's Drama Society as it puts on its first comedy production - Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'.
24 October 2012
The first CD on the Choir's own label, 'A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols', is launched today and will be available on Monday.
18 October 2012
A new section of the website shows some of the images from the Library's special collections.
16 October 2012
A free concert on Saturday 20 October will celebrate the 80th birthdays of Hugh Wood and Alexander Goehr.
12 October 2012
The Vice-Provost and Fellows of King’s College, Cambridge announce the pre-election of Professor Michael Proctor FRS as Provost-elect of the College.
10 October 2012
The Vienna Boys Choir and King's College Choir sang music from the Viennese and English choral traditions in the Chapel last night.
5 October 2012
The Choir is releasing the first recording on its new label on 22 October.
4 October 2012
The historian and Honorary Fellow of King's Eric Hobsbawm died on 1 October. He was 95.
2 October 2012
October's Archive of the month gives a tour of King's in old photographs.
1 October 2012
The memorial service for Dr Dan Brown FRS will be held on Saturday 27 October 2012.
24 September 2012
The second 2012 Telephone Fundraising Campaign begins this Sunday, 23 September.
20 September 2012
You can now download the services booklet for the Michaelmas Term (October-November), which contains details of choral services.
18 September 2012
King's Parade is closed at the junction with Bene't Street, which may prevent new and returning students unloading at the front of the College.
17 September 2012
BBC2 is showing a documentary tonight about the economist John Maynard Keynes, who was a Fellow of King's.
Former Choral Scholar Edward Grint has just won second prize in an international singing competition at Innsbruck, Austria.
10 September 2012
The programme for the 2012-13 season of Concerts at King's has just been announced.
6 September 2012
The blue plaque to mathematician Alan Turing has been fixed to the College walls near King's Parade.
3 September 2012
Paralympians from Team Canada and Team USA were given a guided tour of the Chapel yesterday.
22 August 2012
Croatian audiences have given the Choir an enthusiastic reception at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.
21 August 2012
King's Fellow and biologist Professor Sir Gabriel Horn died yesterday, aged 84.
3 August 2012
The August Archive of the month shows documents and photos from the early drama societies at King's.
2 August 2012
The Choir is travelling around Europe during August and September, and will sing in Croatia, France, the Netherlands and Belgium.
1 August 2012
King's is offering three stipendiary Junior Research Fellowships, to commence in October 2013.
27 July 2012
The well-known cherry tree at the North Gate of the Chapel split in half on Saturday.
17 July 2012
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is staging King Lear in the Fellows' Garden from 30 July to 18 August
16 July 2012
The Fellows' Garden is open to the public on Sunday 15 July as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
10 July 2012
Lena Pledger has been chosen to work in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Lounge at the Olympic Stadium during the Games.
9 July 2012
Professor Martin Rees has been awarded the IOP Isaac Newton medal for outstanding contributions to relativistic astrophysics and cosmology.
4 July 2012
Shakespeare's Globe puts on Hamlet in the Fellows' Garden from Wednesday 4 to Sunday 8 July.
The renowned countertenor Andreas Scholl will sing Bach Cantatas in the Chapel on Wednesday 14 November.
3 July 2012
Junior Research Fellow Suchitra Sebastian has just won the IOP Moseley Medal and IUPAP Young Scientist Medal 2012.
2 July 2012
A fanfare specially composed for the Olympics will be played at this year's Summer Choral Concert on Friday 6 July.
26 June 2012
A new iPhone app tells the story of Turing's life at King's, with photos and documents from the King's Archive.
21 June 2012
Four former King's students have been recognised in this year's Queen's birthday honours.
20 June 2012
A blue plaque to Alan Turing will be unveiled on Saturday 23 June at the front of the college. The mathematician Turing was both a student and Fellow of King's.
Students, staff and Fellows enjoyed the glorious weather and hilarity at yesterday's King's Fun Day.
18 June 2012
King's College Drama Society (KCDS) is putting on two new productions - Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit' and a monologue showcase called 'Pace'.
13 June 2012
The annual joint Evensong sung by King's College Choir and The Choir of St John's College will be held on 3 July.
12 June 2012
Ten sculptures of heraldic beasts have been installed on the Back Lawn at King's.
1 June 2012
King's Fellow Christopher Brooke has just published a book about the influence of the Stoics on modern political thought.
This year's Singing on the River concert takes place on 24 June.
31 May 2012
This Friday is the deadline for the King's competition to write an Olympic fanfare for period instruments.
28 May 2012
A concert at the Fitzwilliam Museum on 26 June will celebrate the centenary of Brooke's poem
21 May 2012
Research Fellow Dr Elizabeth Murchison has just won the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2012 for her work on transmissible cancers.
14 May 2012
A concert this Sunday (15 May) will include three world premiere performances of works by Tallis, Gabrieli and Striggio.
13 May 2012
King's is offering a Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship in any area of the Sciences, Mathematics or Engineering.
10 May 2012
Turing's 100th birthday will be celebrated at a two-day event at King's, 15-16 June.
7 May 2012
The Dante Quartet returns to King's on 13 May to play two great quartets by Beethoven and Schubert.
3 May 2012
Pianist Leon McCawley celebrates 150 years since Debussy's birth with a concert in the Chapel this Saturday.
1 May 2012
Three former Choral Scholars are singing at La Scala in Milan this May and June, and a Kingsman's new opera is being premi
30 April 2012
The service booklet for the Easter and Long Vacation Terms is now available.
26 April 2012
King's Fellow Dr Dan Brown FRS died yesterday (Tuesday 24 April).
25 April 2012
Kingswoman Anne Jellema has just been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the World Wide Web Foundation.
24 April 2012
Honorary King's Fellow and entrepreneur Hermann Hauser has just been elected a Fellow of The Royal Society.
23 April 2012
The HE Durham Fund is offering grants to undergraduates of the University of Cambridge.
18 April 2012
King's is seeking to appoint a new Provost to take office in September 2013.
17 April 2012
King's is holding a Gala Charity Concert on 27 April, with music by Bruckner, Strauss, Verdi and Puccini.
10 April 2012
King's College Chapel is looking for volunteers to help manage tourists during the busy period of the summer.
BBC Two is broadcasting an Easter service this Saturday (7 April) on television, and BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting two concerts.
3 April 2012
Fellow in Music Dr Nicholas Marston was interviewed yesterday on BBC Radio 3. You can still listen on the iPlayer.
28 March 2012
Kingsman Sir John Eliot Gardiner is conducting Verdi's Rigoletto at the Royal Opera House from this Friday 30 March.
The Choir has just visited Leipzig to sing with the St Thomas Church Choir (Thomanerchor), which is celebrating its 800th anniversary.
27 March 2012
The Easter at King's festival starts on 3 April, and will include concerts, services and talks as well as a photo exhibition inspired by Messiaen's 'Visions de L
22 March 2012
The annual Telephone Fundraising Campaign has started and hopes to raise
20 March 2012
King's College Choir sang this morning at the installation of the new Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Lord Sainsbury of Turville.
Junior Research Fellow Dr Elizabeth Murchison has received a Suffrage Science heirloom, which honours women in science.
19 March 2012
Two King's postgraduates complete their 24-hour row to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
14 March 2012
The King's College Music Society (KCMS) celebrates a busy academic year of concerts.
The newly-formed King's College Drama Society is putting on Sartre's 'No Exit' next Monday and Tuesday in the King's Bunker.
8 March 2012
An exhibition of work by Terry Beard, Natalie McIntyre, Stephen Murfitt and Stuart Green runs at The Art Centre until 17 March.
5 March 2012
The new Archive of the month looks at designs for a monument to the college's founder, Henry VI (1421-1471).
Two students are embarking on a 24-hour rowing marathon in front of the college on 10 March.
29 February 2012
Guitar-based string quartet Eclectica! play their distinct repertoire of music in the Hall on Sunday 4 March.
27 February 2012
Next Wednesday's evensong service from King's College Chapel will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
24 February 2012
King's is hosting a cabaret night in the Hall on Saturday 3 March. Catherine Bott, James Bowman and Jonathan Cohen will perform varied and sparkling repertoire of songs.
A new 'Klop' chamber organ arrived at the Chapel today from Germany, delivered by its maker Henk Klop.
22 February 2012
An exhibitions of photographs by Colin Hampden-White is being held the King's Art Centre until 25 February.
14 February 2012
King's Choral Scholar Peter Oakley was interviewed on BBC2's Songs of Praise yesterday. You can still watch the interview on the iPlayer.
13 February 2012
The King's College Music Society (KCMS) is playing works by Beethoven on Sunday 19 February.
9 February 2012
Acclaimed pianist and Kingsman Roy Howat plays a selection of French music in the Hall this Friday (10 February).
6 February 2012
February's Archive of the month shows photos of King's sportsmen from the Edwardian era.
2 February 2012
King's is inviting applications for the Bob Alexander Fellowship in Law.
30 January 2012
The college is holding a memorial event for historian Tony Judt, who died in August 2010.
27 January 2012
Oboist Nicholas Daniel has just been awarded The Queen's Medal for Music, and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies will make an informal announcement about it at this Sunday's concert in the Hall.
26 January 2012
Stephen Lumsden, Managing Director of Intermusica, wins the inaugural ABO/Rhinegold Publishing Artist Manager of the Year Award.
23 January 2012
19 January 2012
An exhibition of paintings by Cambridge artist Bob Crack starts at the King's Art Centre this Saturday (21 January).
Renowned oboist Nicholas Daniel will play Mozart
17 January 2012
King's College Choir has won the Classical Elites Award for the Best Choral Concert in Shanghai, 2011.
10 January 2012
The Chapel services booklet for Lent Term, Holy Week and Easter is now available.
9 January 2012
January's Archive of the month shows examples of the ornately-designed bookplates people put in books to mark them as their own.
4 January 2012
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