A new album featuring cellist and former King's chorister Guy Johnston is released today on the King's College Label. Tecchler's Cello: From Cambridge to Rome includes performances by the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Tom Poster, Magnus Johnston and the Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia under the direction of Carlo Rizzari. The album features [...]
The new recording on the King's College Chapel organ has debuted at #1 in the UK Specialist Classical charts in the week of its release. The album, released earlier in June on the King's College record label, features the College's Director of Music, Stephen Cleobury. Recorded just months after the successful competetion of the 2016 organ [...]
©Musacchio A new recording featuring a distinguished alumnus will be released this year by King's College: Tecchler's Cello: From Cambridge to Rome features former chorister and renowned cellist Guy Johnston. The new album, due for release in September, is available for pre-order from today. The album includes Ola Gjeilo's Serenity (O Magnum Mysterium), performed by Guy and King's College [...]
King's is to release its first recording of 2017 – a live recording of Bach's magnificent St John Passion. Featuring the Choir of King's College Cambridge with conductor Stephen Cleobury and the Academy of Ancient Music, this new live release is a thrilling performance of Bach's dramatic work. Performed in concert as part of the Easter at [...]
A recording of this year's commissioned Christmas carol will be available on Apple Music/iTunes from 4pm GMT on Christmas Eve, 24 December. British composer Michael Berkeley CBE has set to music the traditional 15th century Christmas text This Endernight. The piece will receive its first public performance at A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols [...]
Alongside the 5 star review from Choir & Organ Magazine, the recent recording of Duruflé’s Requiem has been nominated for the International Classical Music Awards. The ICMA winners will be published on 20 January 2017.
The King’s Men have today released a new album of close-harmony Christmas arrangements. Twelve Days of Christmas follows in the footsteps of their previous album, After Hours, which topped the iTunes Classical Charts in June 2014. This new album showcases the lighter side of the Choral Scholars’ seasonal repertoire: while Away in a Manger and Gabriel’s Message feature on this new release, [...]