Webcasts

Recordings of choral services and recitals from King's College Chapel. These recordings are free, but you might like to consider helping us keep this much-loved facility free and fully accessible by sponsoring a webcast.

Each sponsored webcast will include a message of thanks. You can sponsor a single webcast for £250, with more sponsorship opportunities available.

 


 

Playlist

Long Vacation Term webcasts generously sponsored by Judge Dean Spielmann.

Director of Music: Daniel Hyde
Organ Scholars: Donal McCann, Christopher Too
Recording Engineer: Benjamin Sheen
 


 

Chapel Services Booklet

Text of the Psalms

One of the glories of the Church of England is its liturgical worship. Liturgy refers to the patterns, forms, words and actions through which public worship is conducted. The Church of England website offers a complete library of services and prayers in diverse styles - please click on the link below for more information.

Contact Us

If you're enjoying our webcasts, why not let us know?

Choir Office

Tel: (+44) (0)1223 331224
Email: choir@kings.cam.ac.uk
Twitter: @ChoirofKingsCam

King's College
King's Parade
Cambridge CB2 1ST

Members of the public are warmly welcomed to join us for acts of worship including daily Evensong and sung Eucharist on Sundays.
You can read the full text of sermons preached in Chapel over the past twelve months.
The Choir's latest recordings are released on the College's own label and available to buy or download online.
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Find out the various ways you can listen to the Choir - whether in person, online, or through our many recordings.

Choir News

Former Choral Scholar becomes LPO Principal Conductor

Edward Gardner has been announced as the new Principal Conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Sir Stephen Cleobury presented with prestigious new choral award

Sir Stephen has been awarded the inaugural "Lifetime Achievement in Choral Music" Award from the Worshipful Company of Musicians.

Choirs join forces for historic Evensong

The choirs of King's and St John's to sing their annual joint Evensong, to be Stephen Cleobury's last.