King's College School is famous for educating the choristers and probationers of King's College, but as well as this the school runs a comprehensive programme of choirs and vocal ensembles for the non-choristers. Year 3 and Year 4 each have a compulsory choir session once a week, and both year groups perform regularly in school concerts and drama productions. All members of Years 5 to 8 are eligible to join one of the two Chamber Choirs, which presently number around 40 children each. The Chamber Choirs sing each term in the school's end of term service in King's College Chapel, as well as performing lighter repertoire in the school's Senior Concerts. They regularly sings in 2, 3 or 4 parts, and include a small but growing number of broken voices in Years 7 and 8.
Six smaller singing groups of 6-12 members (one in each of Years 3-8) meet weekly to allow our more serious singers to enjoy a more concentrated programme of vocal study.
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