Male voice a cappella | Windsor Castle
Last month we took a trip to Somerset, where we ran a choral workshop (including an exclusive performance of John Rutter's Reluctant Dragon!) as well as an evening concert in the stunning chapel of King's College, Taunton. Earlier in July we were invited to perform as part of the brilliant Sydenham Arts Festival, where we presented selections from our debut album as well as numbers from our characteristically broad concert repertoire.
Next stop for 2015 is Munich, which forms the beginning and end of our two week tour of southern Germany. We had an amazing time visiting this area last year, and we look forward very much to reconnecting with our burgeoning support base there. You can find details of our performances on the Diary Page, and who knows... we may decide to resurrect the old tour blog as well!
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A commission is a wonderful opportunity to get us to arrange and record a song of your choice. Whether it's for your own enjoyment, as a gift or a gesture to mark some special occasion, simply get in touch by email. We are always happy to answer any queries and help you achieve something incredibly precious and personal.
When we're not away, we have a whole roster of public and private engagements to keep us busy - weddings, recitals and concerts. Don't forget, you too can send us a booking enquiry by email - we have programmes to suit every taste and budget, and will do our best to help you.
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The Queen's Six release their debut album on the Resonus Classics label.
Featuring music by Byrd, Tallis, Morley, Tomkins, Weelkes and Gibbons, Music of the Realm has been described by The Observer as '[An] impressive debut album... [with] seamless blend and balance.'
Music of the Realm:
Tudor Music for Men's Voices