The Queen's Six

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Male voice a cappella | Windsor Castle

LATEST NEWS: JANUARY 2016

 

We would like to wish all visitors, friends and fans a very happy and prosperous new year 2016!

We were absolutely thrilled with the reception of our Christmas disc, released with the December issue of BBC Music Magazine. This featured our signature mixture of traditional and little-known gems from across the centuries. We hope you enjoyed it too!

 

Our next exciting project is entering the final stages of production: a follow-up to our debut album of music from the Tudor and Jacobean court, this time showcasing the fabulous secular works of Tallis, Byrd, Tomkins, Morley, Weelkes and Gibbons - the original Queen's Six! Details about the release of this latest album will be announced here and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

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.

 

Below you have the opportunity to sign up for our (very occasional) email newsletter, which will include all kinds of special goodies for our most devoted followers. In addition, do keep checking back here for more news, pictures and updates, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

The Queen's Six is a six-part, male voice a capella ensemble based in Windsor Castle, United Kingdom, living and working within the Castle walls.

 

Drawn from the ranks of the Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, they keep a busy schedule of concert and recording engagements. Their repertoire spans sacred and secular music from the Middle Ages to the present day.

 

They are available to perform at public and private events. Please get in touch!

Welcome to the Queen's Six

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