The talented Royal Hospital School Chapel Choir will be performing on Saturday 11 May at 7.45pm in the School Chapel. The 100-strong choir was described by the acclaimed composer John Rutter as “one of the largest, finest and most committed choirs I have ever found in a school”.
The choir of pupils aged 11-18 is directed by experienced conductor and Director of Music, Peter Crompton, and Head of Academic Music and organist, William Saunders. The Choir have performed widely both in the UK and abroad, most recently in St Paul’s Cathedral and at St Peter’s Basilica within the Vatican in Rome.
The Concert will include a specially commissioned piece by the composer Will Todd to celebrate the School’s Tercentenary. Tickets are £7 per adult and U18s free of charge. Book online at www.rhscommunity.co.uk, telephone 01473 326222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org