HKH Prins Henrik - backstage Notre Dame Paris
In the memory of His Royal Highness Prince Henrik

His Royal Highness Prince Henrik has passed away

Thus, Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir has lost it’s patron for 46 years. Prince Henrik took over the protectorate of the choir after King Frederik IX, and through all years, Prince Henrik has warmly and enthusiastically been a great support for the work of Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir both at home and abroad.
In the company of HM Queen or alone, the Prince has been a beloved guest at the choir’s concerts, and his delight in the performance of the choir has proven himself at countless royal events and special concerts, most recently in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
All of this we are remembering with great gratitude. And we will dedicate the choir’s forthcoming concert with Mozart’s Requiem in Copenhagen Cathedral on March 23, to the memory of our protector.

Ebbe Munk

CALENDAR AND NEWS
  • New artistic director and chief conductor
    We are certain that Carsten Seyer-Hansen is the right person to continue Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir's rich tradition concert activities and at the same time bring renewal to repertoire and musical collaborations.
  • Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir – Intangible Cultural Heritage?
    26 September 2019 more than 600 choir singers, representatives from Danish and international music society, politicians, parents and others participated in a large UNESCO meeting at Sankt Annæ Gymnasium.
  • HRH The Crown Prince celebrates new patronage with The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir
    His Royal Highness takes over the patronage of The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir after his father, Prince Henrik of Denmark, who during his many years as patron of the choir actively participated in the choir's life.
  • CRCC concert tour in China 2019
    Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir performed this year's major concert tour in May-June in China.
  • HRH The Crown Prince new patron of Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir
    The Royal Family has just announced that His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik will take over as the patron of Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir.
    It is a message forward with great joy and gratitude.
  • New CD Sicut Cervus – Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli, Sven-David Sandström: Sicut Cervus
    New CD Sicut Cervus - Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli, Sven-David Sandström: Sicut Cervus
  • TV recording of Carmina Burana concert
    Carmina Burana with boys from Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir performing with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The ConcertChoir of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, conductor Fabio Luisi and soloists.
    Broadcasted on DR K 10 March 2019 - and viewable online at DR.DK until 31 December 2021.
    The recording is from the first of three concerts in December 2018.
  • CRCC concert tour Europe 2018
    Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir performed in April-May 2018 a major concert tour "Choir Sounds of Joy and Reflection"
  • Opéra Comique Paris, March 2018
    Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir participated on March 27 at a large concert in a completely full opera house: 1200 invited guests experienced Accentus, Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir, Maîtrise popular de l'Opéra Comique, Finoreille de l'Opéra de Lille and Maîtrise de Toulouse. All in a beautiful evening organized by Fondation Bettencourt Schueller.
  • In the memory of His Royal Highness Prince Henrik
    Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir has lost it's patron over 46 years. Prince Henrik took over the protectorate of the choir after King Frederik IX, and through all years, Prince Henrik has warmly and enthusiastically been a great support for the work of Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir, both at home and abroad.
  • Københavns Drengekor
    Sat 31.03.2018 / kl. 19:00
    Vor Frue Kirke, The Cathedral of Copenhagen
    Påskevesper
    Påskevesper i Københavns Domkirke lørdag d. 31. marts
  • CRCC Concert Tour 2017: New York and US Virgin Islands
    Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir on Tour 2017: Make A Joyful Noise - A Choral salute to the USVI Centennial.
    New York and the US Virgin Islands, formerly known as "De Vestindiske Øer".