Repton School Chamber Choir sing Evensong at St George’s Chapel

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On Wednesday 7th February 2018, Repton School’s Chamber Choir sung Evensong at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
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Parents and Old Reptonians joined the music department staff and the Chamber Choir which consisted of 28 pupils from across the school. Before their big performance, the Chamber Choir rehearsed in the dungeons of the Chapel and during Evensong, Repton’s Director of Music, Mr Oliver Walker, conducted from the tombstone of Henry VIII.

Repton School Chaplain, Fr Neil Roberts, commented: “Choral Evensong is the jewel in the crown of the Church of England and allows the congregation to be immersed in waves of sound which express the soul’s state. Our Chapel Chamber Choir sang beautifully and were commended by the clergy for their demeanour and musicology. I am a very proud Chaplain!”

The Chamber Choir will next sing Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral on Monday 11th February.



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Situated in the heart of England, Repton School has been home to a spiritual community for over 800 years. The 21st Century Repton is a fully co-educational school with a strong boarding ethos and is home to 650 pupils. Individuality flourishes within the context of a real community, and every Reptonian is encouraged to discover those areas in which he or she can excel.

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