Canon Denis Mulliner taught in Chitralada Palace School in Bangkok for five years, was Chaplain of Bradfield College in Berkshire for twenty-five years, and has been Chaplain of Her Majesty's Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace for twelve years.
Mr Carl Jackson MVO MA ARAM FRCO has been Director of Music of the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace since 1996. He has had many years of experience in music education, holding various teaching positions at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon, Whitgift School, Croydon, St Paul's Girls' School and Kingston Grammar School. Mr Jackson studied at the Royal Academy of Music and held organ scholarships at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, and at Downing College, Cambridge, where he was a pupil of Peter Hurford.
Rufus Frowde has been Organist and Assistant Director of Music at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace since 2003. He was formerly Organ Scholar of Merton College, Oxford and Worcester Cathedral before undertaking post-graduate study in church music and choral direction at the Royal Academy of Music, being awarded prizes in both disciplines. Rufus appears on the Divine Art and Diversions labels and his numerous conducting appointments include Surrey Youth Choir and VIVAMUS. On the lighter side, he is a regular deputy pianist in the Palm Court Quartet at the Ritz Hotel, London. Alongside his conducting and playing he has recently become a part-time member of the academic staff at the Princess Helena College, Hitchin.
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The Choral Foundation has been created to ensure that congregations and visitors continue to have the opportunity to experience the rich musical heritage of the Church of England, in what has been described as “the greatest Palace in Britain”. The initial objective is to secure £1.5 million, to support the present musical programme. Click here to see more.