The mixed-gender adult Choir of the Queen's College, Oxford, is among the most critically lauded in the ranks of Britain's university choirs, winning raves such as the description "revelatory and even visionary" from BBC Music Magazine. The Chapel at The Queen's College dates back to the year 1382, and music has been present since that time. Down to the present day, the primary function of the Choir of the Queen's College has been to provide music for regular Chapel services. The current Choir reaps benefits from an attractive blend of mostly student voices; its 30 members include 20 Choral Scholars who are Queen's College students, "Choral Exhibitioners" from other colleges at Oxford University, and two professional singers, known as lay clerks. Under director Owen Rees, who also holds an official university appointment as the Choir's ...
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