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Alex Tay

King's student wins composers' competition

Third-year undergraduate Alex Tay has just won a competition for Cambridge University Composers.

18 May 2015

The Chapel from the west

King's Fellow elected a member of the American Academy

Prof Christopher Prendergast has just been elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

8 May 2015

Maximilian Bock teaching hardware to children

Research Associate starts educational foundation

College Research Associate Maximilian Bock has co-founded an educational programme for poor children in India and Kenya.

8 May 2015

Cover of new organ CD

Stephen Cleobury releases a new recording of organ music

The Director of Music Stephen Cleobury has just released a new recording of music played on the Chapel organ.

5 May 2015

Andrew Hammond

King's appoints a new Chaplain

King’s has appointed The Reverend Andrew Hammond as the next Chaplain.

3 May 2015

John Cage concert flyer

Chapel Late: John Cage's Sonatas and Interludes

The Chapel Lates series of concerts continues this term with John Cage's Sonatas and Interludes this Saturday (2 May).

29 April 2015

Introduction to Archives screenshot

New online resource: Introduction to Archives

King's has just published a new online resource that teaches A level students about archives, using Rupert Brooke's papers as a case study.

27 April 2015

Brooke memorial plaque

King's acquires a major collection of Rupert Brooke papers

King’s College has just acquired a major collection of materials relating to Rupert Brooke, The John Schroder Collection.

23 April 2015

Rupert Brooke

Event commemorates the centenary of Rupert Brooke's death

A special event in the Hall on Sunday 26 April commemorates the centenary of Rupert Brooke's death.

20 April 2015

Contemporary music poster

Contemporary music in the Chapel

As part of King's College Chapel's 500th anniversary celebrations, a concert of contemporary music will be held in the Chapel on 22 April.

16 April 2015

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