October 20, 2018 - 8:00 pm

The Queen’s Six were established in 2008, the 450th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth I, from whom they take their name.

Based at Windsor Castle, all the members of The Queen’s Six are also Lay Clerks of St George’s Chapel, whose homes lie within the Castle walls. The Chapel Choir, which consists of boy trebles and twelve professional adult male singers, performs some eight services a week, as well as at private and state occasions, often before the Royal Family.

“The close musical rapport that develops when six men sing together every day, as the Queen’s Six do, is very much in evidence on this, their impressive debut album, recorded at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, where they are lay clerks in the choir. They bring seamless blend and balance to music from the reign of Elizabeth I, from whom they take their name. “ – Stephen Pritchard – The Guardian

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Program (subject to change):

Haec dies    Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c. 1525-94)
Factum est silentium    Felice Anerio (c. 1560­-1614)

Cantate Domino    Giovanni Gabrieli (c. 1555-1612)
Crucifixus    Antonio Lotti (1667­–1740)

Agnus Dei from Missa Brevis    Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Cantate Domino    Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)

Ein’ feste Burg    Luther/Hassler/Praetorius/Bach
Selig sind die Toten    Heinrich Schütz (1585­-1672)

Haec dies    William Byrd (c. 1540-1623)
Factum est silentium    Richard Dering (c. 1580-1630)


O bone Jesu    Loyset Compère (c. 1445-1518)
Helas Madam    King Henry VIII (1491-1547)
Quam pulcra es    Richard Sampson (d. 1554)

A virgin and mother     John Marbeck (c. 1510-85)
If ye love me    Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-85)

Ye sacred muses    William Byrd
O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth our Queen    William Byrd
Remember not Lord our offences     Henry Purcell (1659­-95)

Christus factus est    Hernando Franco (1532-85)
Laudate Dominum    Miguel Mateo de Dallo y Lana (c. 1650-1705)