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Trebles of Cophenhagen Royal Chapel Choir

Trebles of Cophenhagen Royal Chapel Choir

Founded in 1924, Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir has been the resident choir at Copenhagen Cathedral since 1959. As early as 1962 Benjamin Britten conducted the choir in the new work written for them, the now ubiquitous Ceremony of Carols. The choir has sung for conductors such as Giuseppe Sinopoli, Sir Andrew Davis, Sir Charles Mackerras, Christopher Hogwood, Paul McCreesh and Vladimir Ashkenazy and have had works written for them by prominent composers, including Poul Ruders. Under the direction of Ebbe Munk, the choir has toured to countries including South America, China and Australia and, closer to home, work regularly with the Danish National Radio Choir. Their numerous royal appointments include performing at the wedding of Prince Frederik of Denmark to Crown Princess Mary in Copenhagen Cathedral in 2004 and also at the baptism of their first child.

The choir is widely recorded, including discs for EMI, Chandos and Decca. In November 2003 CRCC was honoured in Paris by l’Institut de France- Académie des Beaux-Arts with the Prix Chant choral Liliane Bettencourt 2003.


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