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Cover of  Fauré’s Requiem

New recording of Fauré's Requiem from the Choir

King's College Choir is releasing a new recording of Fauré's Requiem, which aims to emulate the work's first performance.

15 August 2014

Jane Elliott

Kingswoman appointed Chief Executive of the Economic and Social Research Council

Professor Jane Elliott (KC 1984) has been appointed as Chief Executive and Deputy Chair of the ESRC.

6 August 2014

The Chapel at sunset

Junior Research Fellowships available

King's has Junior Research Fellowships available in Biological Sciences, International Law and the History of Political Thought, and Economics, Philosophy, and the History and Philosophy of Science.

5 August 2014

The Choir outside St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide

The Choir wins accolades in Australia

King’s College Choir has received praised from the critics on its recent tour of Australia.

5 August 2014

Roger Norrington

Roger Norrington conducts the St John Passion

Sir Roger Norrington is conducting Bach's St John Passion in the Chapel this Sunday (27 July 2014).

24 July 2014

Judith Weir

Judith Weir becomes Master of the Queen's Music

Kingswoman Judith Weir (KC 1973) has just become the first female Master of the Queen's Music.

22 July 2014

The Choir singing in candle light

The Choir tours Australia

The Choir is touring Australia, with concerts in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

21 July 2014

Cyclists riding past King's

Tour de France passes King's

The Tour de France passed by King's yesterday, cheered on by crowds of spectators.

8 July 2014

Gerald Finley

Former Choral Scholar wins Canadian honour

Former Choral Scholar and bass-baritone Gerald Finley has been appointed Officer of the Order of Canada.

2 July 2014

Mark Ainslie

Breaking the world superconductor magnetic field record

Dr Mark Ainslie and his colleagues have just broken the world record for the strongest magnetic field in a bulk high-temperature superconductor.

26 June 2014

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