Bruckner’s E Minor Mass and a selection of his profoundly beautiful motets were selected by Sir Stephen Cleobury as his last album at King’s, recorded only a few months before his death.
King’s College presents a new account of one of sacred music’s greatest masterpieces, the Bach St Matthew Passion, performed with the Academy of Ancient Music.
Presented in a stunning hardback book with over 50 pages of notes, commentary and photography, this is the definitive account of a piece of musical history.
A glorious collection of choral music by British composers, recorded live during services of Choral Evensong in King’s College Chapel.
A double-disc set of orchestral, choral and organ music by one of the most distinguished English composers of the 20th century.
A celebration of choral music throughout the ages and around the world.
Nine extraordinary meditations by one of the twentieth century’s musical titans, performed on the magnificent King’s College Chapel organ by former organ scholar Richard Gowers.
Celebrating 100 years of A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, this double-CD album features brand-new recordings of favourite carols.
A vibrant selection of motets by one of England's most renowned Renaissance composers, William Byrd.
Two enchanting works of peace in intimate arrangements for small forces.
Celebrated cellist and former King’s chorister releases a new album on the King’s College label.
Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge present a live world premiere recording of Francis Grier’s lit by holy fire.
Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge are joined by the Academy of Ancient Music in Bach’s much-loved St John Passion.
A voice reborn: the first surround-sound recording of the famous Harrison & Harrison organ since its restoration.
Hymns from King’s is a collection of twenty hymn arrangements for choir and organ by Stephen Cleobury.
The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge presents an album of anthems based on hymn tunes from the Anglican choral tradition.
This album brings together the first ever surround sound recordings of the great Harrison & Harrison organ set within the chapel of King’s College, Cambridge.
Seasonal hymns and readings alongside choral favourites, including Allegri’s Miserere and the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah.
The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge presents its 2013 Carols from King’s service, as filmed for BBC2.
The tracks on this album were recorded live during Evensong services in the 2013-2014 academic year, as part of the College’s regular Chapel webcasts.
Mozart Requiem: Realisations is an exploration of the history and influence of Mozart’s famous Requiem.
‘Favourite Carols from King’s’ is a collection of the most popular carols featured in A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols over the years.
Britten’s enchanting choral masterpiece featuring soloist Andrew Kennedy and the renowned Britten Sinfonia.
This critically-acclaimed album was recorded in January 2014 with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and former choral scholar Gerald Finley.
A selection of unrecorded pop and jazz a capella arrangements.
The essential Christmas tradition for families all over the world.
King’s College’s recording of the Fauré Requiem was the best-selling core classical album of 2014.
The King’s Men is the close-harmony vocal group formed by the current Choral Scholars of King’s College, Cambridge.
The tracks on this album were recorded live during Evensong services in the 2014-2015 academic year, as part of the College’s regular Chapel webcasts.
This recording pays homage to one of the most influential musicians of the Venetian Renaissance from within one of the great buildings of the English Renaissance.
The internationally renowned vocal group stepped in to join the choristers for the traditional Christmas celebration after adult members of the Choir tested positive for COVID-19.
Former Organ Scholar Thomas Trotter (KC 1976) becomes the sixteenth recipient of the annual award.
The choir has released a digital EP of music by a King's alumna, a few weeks after Stephen Cleobury's final album recording.