Children from Culloden Primary School in London visited King's earlier this autumn and have written to express their appreciation.
11 November 2013
Renowned countertenor Andreas Scholl returns to King's to sing Purcell and Britten, who was born 22 November 1913.
8 November 2013
The Archive of the month continues a series on the history of the Chapel interior, with the history of the altar and reredos.
6 November 2013
The Choir is celebrating Benjamin Britten’s 100th birthday with the release of a new recording of Saint Nicolas.
1 November 2013
Cyclists gathered outside King's to celebrate the announcement that Stage Three of the 2014 Tour De France will start in Cambridge.
25 October 2013
The Financial Times has listed Dr Suchitra Sebastian as one of the 'next big names' in physics.
21 October 2013
BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting an Evensong recorded in 1981 when Philip Ledger was Director of Music.
18 October 2013
A new book about the history of King's College Chapel has just been published.
17 October 2013
Gerald Finley, world-renowned Canadian baritone opera singer, returns to King’s for an exciting concert on Friday 25 October.
16 October 2013
King's Fellow Prof George Efstathiou has been awarded the 4th Nemitsas Prize 2013 for his contribution to Physics.
4 October 2013
The services booklet for the coming term (October - December) is now available.
27 September 2013
The King's College A team came first among the colleges in the Chariots of Fire race around Cambridge.
23 September 2013
After a relatively quiet year last year, record number of visitors came to the Chapel last month.
11 September 2013
The programme for the 2013-14 season of Concerts at King's has just been published.
10 September 2013
The Library and Archive Centre at King's will be open to the public this Friday (13 September).
9 September 2013
Three members of the Choir are cycling to Norway to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
27 August 2013
This September the Choir is holding open days for prospective Choral Scholars and auditions for Choristers.
9 August 2013
King's College wishes to appoint Junior Research Fellows in three fields of research.
7 August 2013
King's has appointed David Pollock, 91, as a volunteer to help in the Chapel.
King's Fellow Dr Andreas Bender has been awarded a European Research Council grant worth €1.5 million.
23 July 2013
Two pieces of music written by King's alumni have just been premièred at the Proms.
18 July 2013
The Choir is appearing in the first episode David Starkey's new BBC Two series Music and Monarchy.
17 July 2013
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is staging Romeo and Juliet in the Fellows' Garden until 27 July.
11 July 2013
The King's boat crew is racing in the first round of the Temple Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta on 3 July.
3 July 2013
The Fellows' Garden at King's is open to the public this Sunday (30 June) as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
26 June 2013
Junior Research Fellow Suchitra Sebastian has just won The L'Oréal UK & Ireland Fellowship For Women in Science.
21 June 2013
Leo Sharpston QC stepped in for an ill crew member and rowed impressively in the Bumps on Saturday.
17 June 2013
Professor Martin Bernal, the scholar of Chinese history and author of The Black Athena, died on 9 June.
King's College and St John's College are hosting a a joint Open Day and Vocal Assessment on 25 and 26 September.
14 June 2013
The last concert in the 2012/13 Concerts at King's season features Beethoven's Mass in C and his Violin Concerto in D.
12 June 2013
This year's May Week concert is on Monday 17 June and the programme includes Vivaldi's Gloria.
4 June 2013
King's custodian Sarah Attwood has won the Cambridge and Huntingdonshire County Championship for the third time.
29 May 2013
The ghost stories written by 'Tim' Munby, a former Librarian at King's, is being re-issued.
24 May 2013
King's alumna Errollyn Wallen has just won the 2013 Ivor Novello Award for Classical Music.
King's graduate, model and actress Lily Cole unveiled 'Impossible', a new social networking venture yesterday.
16 May 2013
Former King's Fellow and mathematician Norman Routledge died on 27 April. He was 85.
9 May 2013
The latest Choir CD, 'Mozart Requiem: Realisations', has received good reviews from music critics.
8 May 2013
Radio 3's 'Choral Evensong' on Wednesday 1 May will be broadcast live from King's College Chapel.
30 April 2013
King's Fellow Professor Yasir Suleiman CBE has been elected as Chairman of the International Prize of Arabic Fiction (IPAF).
29 April 2013
King's, together with CRASSH, is hosting two of the worlds most eminent academics - Cornel West and Judith Butler.
The HE Durham Fund is offering grants to life science undergraduates of the University of Cambridge.
23 April 2013
King's College Choir was featured on BBC Radio 3's The Choir programme yesterday.
22 April 2013
The Chapel services booklet for the Easter and Long Vacation Terms (April-July) is now available.
18 April 2013
King's Fellow Dr Francesco Colucci ran the Brighton Marathon yesterday to raise money for the Childrens Arthritis Trust (CAT).
15 April 2013
The annual Telephone Fundraising Campaign has started and runs until 21 April.
12 April 2013
King's College Choir has just released the second recording on their own label, called Mozart Requiem: Realisations.
8 April 2013
Historian and King's Fellow István Hont died last Friday, 29 March. He was 65.
2 April 2013
This Saturday's performance of Bach's Easter Oratorio was previewed on BBC Radio 3's In Tune yesterday.
28 March 2013
A group of King's undergraduates has just returned from a tour of schools in North East England.
25 March 2013
Cosmologist and King's Fellow Prof George Efstathiou reveals the most detailed picture yet of the early universe.
22 March 2013
King's faces Pembroke College in the University Challenge quarter final on Monday.
21 March 2013
The Choir met the Prime Minister and sang at Downing Street yesterday.
20 March 2013
Two King's students are presenting their research to politicians and academics on 18 March as part of the SET for Britain competition.
11 March 2013
King's has just launched a new online magazine called King's Review, which will give an in-depth analysis of current world issues.
28 February 2013
The King's Drama Society is staging Peter Shaffer's 'The Gift of the Gorgon' on 7-8 March.
27 February 2013
The first woman to study music at King's, Susan Tomes, has just won the Cobbett Medal for services to chamber music.
25 February 2013
Evensong last Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of the celebrated recording of the Choir singing Allegri's 'Miserere'.
21 February 2013
Professor Sir Geoffrey Lloyd has just won $1 million for his work on science in the ancient world.
15 February 2013
King's College is holding a conference in June to mark the centenary of the birth of A.N.L. (Tim) Munby.
12 February 2013
King's student George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet, was interviewed by The Guardian last week.
11 February 2013
The King's Library has been given a rare early edition of two Mozart sonatas and a piano trio.
5 February 2013
The latest Archive of the month shows photographs taken by the anthropologist Sir Edmund Leach.
4 February 2013
The Director of Music, Stephen Cleobury, has invited former Choir members to sing at the Sir Philip Ledger Memorial Service on 2 March.
30 January 2013
King's Fellows Peter De Bolla and Simon Goldhill discuss the cultural history of weeping this Sunday on BBC Radio 3.
24 January 2013
An article in last Monday's New York Times featured the work of King's Fellow Elizabeth Murchison.
23 January 2013
Children from The West London Free School will sing with the Choir in a concert at The King's Place on 29 January.
18 January 2013
A new carol by King's Fellow Richard Causton will be sung at Evensong this Saturday, 19 January.
17 January 2013
The Chapel services booklet for the Lent Term, Holy Week and Easter is now available.
8 January 2013
The influential art critic Roger Fry is featured in the January Archive of the month.
7 January 2013
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