Become a Chorister

No one knows the chorister life better than choristers themselves. So we knew who to ask to direct our new videos.

#becomeachorister tells the story of the chorister life that’s not always on TV – the thrills, the fun, the learning and the friendships – all through the voices of the choristers themselves in three unique adverts, created by the people that know it best.

The Making Of

Go behind the scenes of our #becomeachorister videos. Meet the choristers who made them and discover the ideas that shaped them.

Become a Chorister: The Making Of

Behind the scenes of the three unique adverts directed by the choristers of King's College Cambridge. Discover how the films were made and hear some of the ideas that formed them!

The choristership experience is probably the best musical education available to boys between the ages of 8 and 13.
The Choristers are all educated at King’s College School, a leading co-educational prep school with 400 boys and girls aged 4–13.
Performing at the Royal Albert Hall
Outside of school hours the Choristers rehearse and perform with the internationally renowned Choir of King’s College Cambridge.
We are always pleased to hear from parents who would like to know more about choristerships and welcome you to get in contact.

Choir News


King's commissions a new carol for Christmas Eve

This year’s carol has been written by composer and Cambridge alumna Cheryl Frances-Hoad. ‘The Cradle’ is a setting of an English translation by Robert Graves of an anonymous seventeenth century Austrian text.


Remembering David Briggs

Sunday's Evensong was in memory of David Briggs (KC 1936), the former Headmaster of the King's College School who died in 2020 at the age of 102. 


Sermon Before the University delivered by Nicola Reindorp

King's alumna and CEO of Crisis Action, Nicola Reindorp, gave the annual address on 'the importance of doubt'.

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