Find out more about the support given by the Friends of St George’s and also how membership of the Friends gives individuals the opportunity to grow stronger links within the community.
Amongst the overall splendour of St George’s Chapel it is sometimes easy to overlook, or pass by, some item of detail or an object in an aisle. Here are a few things to look out for in and around the Chapel from the very small to carvings high up the wall.
Do you enjoy music? Perhaps you would like to find out about singing in the Choir of St George’s Chapel. Come and find out what it would be like to be a Chorister in the choir; there is an open day on Saturday 29 January 2011.
You are very welcome to attend any of the services in St George's Chapel at Christmas or at any other time of year.
Do you enjoy music? Perhaps you would like to find out about singing in the Choir of St George’s Chapel. Come and find out what it would be like to be a Chorister in the choir; there is an open day on Saturday 30 January 2010 and auditions take place on Tuesday 9 March 2010.
FESTIVO this year takes place at 7.45pm on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 December and will include seasonal music and readings for all the family.
St George's is delighted to host several concerts, recitals and a talk during the course of the Windsor Festival in its 40th anniversary year
The Lay Clerks of the choir of St George's have recently released a new CD. Such recordings are just one part of the musical life of St George's.
St George's Chapel was finished by Henry VIII in 1528 and is his burial place. Music and events will mark 500 years since his accession to the throne in 1509.
NADFAS and St George's are working together to discover the location of some Garter Banners that once hung in St George's Chapel.