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Musical magnificence

Interior of The Queen's Chapel, St James's Palace
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  • St James's Palace
  • Thursday, 1 Feb 2018
  • 17:45, doors open, 18:15 - 19:15 concert, 19:30 - 20:30 private view
  • £30.00 full price, £27.00 concessions
  • Please note that the doors will open from 17:45 until 18:10, latecomers will not be admitted after this time. This event is not eligible for a 1-Year Pass.

Curated by Ashley Soloman, Chair of Historical Performance at the Royal College of Music, we present a series of concerts exploring the musical tastes of monachs from Charles II to Queen Victoria.

Enjoy an evening in The Queen's Chapel, built by Inigo Jones for the prospective wife of Charles I. Choral and organ music will be performed by The Choir of Her Majesty's Chapel Royal, the oldest continous musical organisation in the world. The evening will conclude with a private view of our exhibition Charles II: Art & Power at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace where refreshments will be served.

Transport between the venues is not provided, the short walk will be guided by Royal Collection staff. Please note The Queen's Chapel is not fully accessible and no facilities are available.

Please refer to the Visitor information below which contains details about your visit.

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