Over the past few weeks, Kensington Palace has been revealing details of the fast-approaching royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
We’ve already come to know details including who is in charge of designing their wedding cake, who their photographer is and what flowers the royal couple has requested for their big day. Now, more details have emerged, courtesy of Kensington Palace, and this time, it’s about the music for their May 19 wedding service.
The British royal and royal-to-be (who were recently spotted attending a memorial service just hours after Kate Middleton had given birth) have carefully selected their music choices for the service, and it will be under the direction of James Vivian, Director of Music, St George’s Chapel (where the pair will marry next month).
Of his appointment, Vivian said: “The Choristers, Lay Clerks, Organists and I are very much looking forward to this exciting day and are pleased to be performing at the service music chosen by the couple. We are also looking forward to welcoming to St George’s musical colleagues from near and far who will be performing at this very special and joyful occasion.”
Also, a selection of choral groups, soloists and musicians will perform at the wedding service of the royal pair and it will include The Choir of St George’s Chapel, Sheku Kanneh – Mason, Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir, The Orchestra, Elin Manahan Thomas, Luke Bond, David Blackadder and State Trumpeters.
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