Royal Choral Society - The Queen's Choir
Formed under the under the patronage of Queen Victoria to celebrate the
opening of the Royal Albert Hall, this elite group of singers boasts a reputation as one of the most prestigious choral societies
in the UK. Known for their penchant for the new - often performing the premieres of new choral works - this group of singers
have impressed audiences everywhere from Glastonbury to the Royal Albert Hall, always maintaining a careful balance between
their rich heritage and enthusiasm for inspiring new music lovers.
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Royal Choral Society Biography
- Stirring Sounds for 140 Years
This amateur group gave their first performance in May 1872, including in its repertoire
the 'Hallelujah Chorus' from Messiah. This sparked the beginnings of the society's iconic tradition of including progressive
new works in their performances. Since changing their title to their current moniker they have premiered new pieces from the
likes of Giuseppe Verdi and Edward Roxborough. As well as enjoying patronage from the Queen the society has always been directed
by a long line of distinguished conductors, from Sir Malcolm Sargent to their current Music Director Richard Cooke.
maintaining their impressive traditions, this unconventional choir are also on a constant mission to give choral musical a
universal appeal, and have often performed at some slightly less traditional locations in the process. As well as often starring
in the Royal Albert Hall the group have also made appearances at Glastonbury and open air concerts in Hampton Court. Make
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