Lyn Alcántara, KJV’s Artistic Director and Conductor, explains the history, ethos and ambition of the choir to Jan Moore in an interview on Cambridge 105 Radio ahead of the 2018 Summer Concert.
Cambridge Independent has published an article about KJV’s concert with the New Cambridge Singers. Please read what they have to say.
After singing to a full King’s College Chapel at our summer concert, where we gave the Cambridge premiere of a piece by John Rutter, KJV is looking forward to the new term. Our older children have been invited to perform with the New Cambridge Singers on December 14th, and we look forward to welcoming new choir members at our first rehearsal on September 23rd.
Thanks to King’s Junior Voices who sang beautifully at the Rotary’s Christmas concert on the 8th December accompanied by Adam Begley. The evening raised approx. £3500 for the Arthur Rank Hospice and the Cambridge Churches Project for the Homeless.
KJV staff and children wish you all a Merry Christmas.
Congratulations to King’s Junior Voices for a wonderful summer concert on July 5th 2016. West Road Concert Hall was filled with an enthusiastic audience as the choir premiered new works by Andrew Goldman and Jamie W. Hall as well as singing old favourites. Our special guests Agatha Pethers and Junior Prime Brass helped us to celebrate the end of a successful year.
A CD of the concert will be available shortly.
KJV has had an exciting pre-Christmas time with broadcasts on Cambridge TV and Classic FM Radio, as well as meeting The King’s Singers and working with conductor Stephen Cleobury.
Videos of KJV’s workshop performance of Jo Nicholl’s winning carol from The King’s Singers A Carol for Christmas and a clip from Cambridge TV’s broadcast from Prime Brass’s Family Christmas concert featuring KJV can be found here.
KJV is delighted that Revd Dr Stephen Cherry, Dean of King’s College Cambridge has been appointed as a Trustee of the charity.
Welcome to Dr Nicola Lewis, our latest trustee.
KJV have recently received a grant for £3,000 to develop The Robins, the choir’s oldest group who recently sang in Mahler’s 3rd Symphony with the Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.
Our 2014 Summer Concert on June 30th in King’s College Chapel was a great success and we were delighted to have Sir David Willcocks in the audience.
CDs of the concert are still available. Please contact Maggie Heywood, firstname.lastname@example.org