All are welcome to attend the sung religious services at The Chapel Royal. The Chapel Royal is a living, vibrant church with heavenly music, located at the heart of the historic palace. The services are from The Church of England Book of Common Prayer.
Those attending the Chapel for a service only do not pay the Palace entrance fee.
• Choral Matins or Sung Eucharist at 11am
• Evensong at 3:30pm
The programme for Choral Services in The Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace for the month of is available to view here .
In addition to the regular services, the Chapel organises a number of special events and services which take place during the year. You can view more information about upcoming events below.
• Sunday 24th March, 2013 - 11am
• Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th March, 2013 - 8.30am
• Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th March, 2013 - 11am
• Thursday 28th March, 2013 - 7.30pm
• 29th March, 2013 - 11am
• 29th March, 2013 - 7.30pm
First performed at King’s College , Cambridge in 1921, this setting of the Gospel of St Mark was commissioned by the Revd Eric Milner-White and composed in August 1920 by Charles Wood (1866-1926), a contemporary of Stanford and teacher to Vaughan-Williams.
• Saturday 30th March, 2013 - 7.30pm
• 28th June, 2013 - 7.45pm
Director of Music, Carl Jackson conducts an orchestra of period instruments and the choir of HM Chapel Royal in works by Handel and Boyce. The programme, which includes the anthems composed by Handel for the coronation of King George II in 1727 is as follows:
O praise the Lord with one consent
My heart is indicting
Symphony No 2 in A
The King shall rejoice