"Music, being identical with Heaven, isn't a thing of momentary thrills, or even hourly ones: it's a condition of eternity." - Gustav Holst -
One of the finest choral groups in the world is the famous Choir of King's College in Cambridge, England.
Considered the most accomplished representation of the British choral tradition, the choir was established by King Henry VI, founder of King’s College, Cambridge in 1441.
The choir, composed of some of the most outstanding young scholars in England, sings daily in the college’s chapel and over the years has toured and established a wonderful repertoire and an extensive discography of recordings.
Each year, the choir’s “Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols” is broadcast around the globe on Christmas Eve with rebroadcasts through National Public Radio stations on Christmas Day.
For your holiday enjoyment, the following video, which is comprised of all 16 members of the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge provides an exquisite representation of their talent as they sing Gustav Holst’s, “In the Bleak Midwinter.”
May you and yours enjoy a most beautiful and peaceful holiday.