Sing God Save The Queen for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee

Hosted by:
Choir of the Earth
Date:
15 March 2022
Location:
Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA
Open to public?
Open to public, advance booking/ticket required
Find out more:
https://choiroftheearth.com/god-save-the-queen

In this Platinum Jubilee year, Choir of the Earth would like to invite absolutely everybody from around the world to learn and record a new arrangement of God Save The Queen, which we will present to Her Majesty!

Simply sign up at the link below (it’s free!) and you will be invited to a series of online teaching sessions with Ralph Allwood MBE, who has written the wonderful new arrangement specially for this course.

HOW IT WORKS

The live rehearsals will take place on 15 – 20 March 2022. If the time of the live sessions doesn’t suit you, don’t worry – you can watch them again later at your convenience.

We will provide you with guide tracks to help you learn your voice part. Then after the final session, you will be invited to record and send your own voice to us. You don’t need any expensive equipment – you can record using your mobile phone and we will give you full instructions on how to do this.

Our wonderful sound team will mix everyone’s voices in the recording studio and we will present the finished version to Her Majesty’s Private Secretary on Wednesday 1 June.

Then on Thursday 2 June at 15:00 BST we will hold a special concert performance when we can all come together online to hear all our voices combined for the first time.

SIGN UP

Join this global project today – it’s FREE TO ALL! Just register to take part at https://choiroftheearth.com/god-save-the-queen

WHO WE ARE

Choir of the Earth is a global online choir, founded in March 2020 as a response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Choir now has over 6,000 international singers from more than 30 countries.

Ralph Allwood MBE is our Course Director for this exciting project. He was Director of Music at Eton College and is now a freelance choral director, teacher and conductor. In 2017, the Archbishop of Canterbury presented him with the Thomas Cranmer Award for Music and Worship.

To accompany us, Luke Bond will play the organ of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.