Cathedral choirs and their choir schools are among some of the oldest European musical traditions. The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir is the only representative of this tradition in Scandinavia. The choir has been resident at Copenhagen Cathedral since 1959 and as part of its duties performs at state occasions. Since Ebbe Munk became chief conductor and artistic director in 1991, they have toured to concert halls, cathedrals and festivals all over the world.
Le Figaro has placed the choir alongside the Vienna Boys Choir and Kings College Choir, as one of the finest in Europe. Their awards include Prize of the French Academy, Choir Ambassadors of the European Union, Danish Music Award, and Eugene Mortimer Choir Prize.
They work regularly with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra and have made numerous recordings. Hear their 46 singers in a programme specially devised for Anzac Day.
As we expect this performance to be oversubscribed, we ask you to restrict yourself to two tickets per sale please.