Earlier in the year the choristers of St George‘s Chapel choir recorded a new CD of carols.
The ‘Adopt a boss’ scheme was launched on Monday 7 November.
The Royal School of Church Music’s (RSCM’s) annual Dr Harold Smart Composition Competition has been won by David Manners, a Lay Clerk at St George’s Chapel. His setting of a text, How shall we sing salvation’s song, by Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith is called Llangarron, and was chosen from a record field of 236 entries.
During their life, the banners, stallplates and crests of Companions of the Order of the Garter are positioned over their stalls in the Quire of St George’s Chapel.
St George’s Chapel and other parts of the College of St George will be shown on television over the next few days and weeks.
The memorial to Princess Charlotte, the only child of King George IV, will feature in a BBC programme on Regency Art.
On Wednesday 26 October 2011 Dr John Adamson will give the Bond Memorial Lecture on ‘Sacred Space and Sacred Monarchy in Early Stuart England: the projects of Deans Matthew and Christopher Wren’.
2nd August marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Beryl Dean.
Twelve young people and two leaders spent a week at St George’s Chapel having volunteered as part of the ‘Cathedral Camps’ scheme.