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Capital Children’s Choir

The world-renowned Capital Children’s Choir can frequently be seen performing alongside pop and classical superstars and is in constant demand for charity galas and other important events.
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St. Paul’s Cathedral

The Capital Children’s Choir was honoured to perform a full concert of their most popular songs at St. Paul’s Cathedral, for KIDS charity.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has given us a huge compliment on her Twitter page! This is so flawless and otherworldly, she tweeted with a link to our video of Judas. What a beautifully haunting arrangement of my song. You girls are so talented.

Pope Benedict

The chamber choir performed at St. Peter’s Basilica in front of record crowds for the anniversary of the death of Pope John Paul II.

Twickenham Stadium

The Capital Children’s Choir sang “Jerusalem” and the National Anthem at a full capacity Twickenham Stadium for the England vs Australia and England vs Argentina International Rugby matches.

FA Cup Final

The Choir was thrilled to sing “Abide With Me” at Wembley Stadium, for the FA Cup Final

In pictures

Inside Abbey Road Studio 2

Bella Venezia

Abbey Road Studios

What others say...

The Spice Girls

I had a wonderful time working with the Capital Childrens Choir. The girls joined us each night of the Spice Girls tour at the O2 Arena for the song Mama They did a fantastic job, looked and sounded beautiful. The girls were so professional and made the song very special.

Mel C, Sporty Spice

Perez Hilton

This is stunning!
The vocal arrangements will send chills down your spine – they are FLAWLESS!
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, ladies!

Perez Hilton

Lady Gaga

This is so flawless and otherworldly. What a beautifully haunting arrangement of my song. You girls are so talented.
Lady Gaga

The Sunday Times

The best team of the autumn? The Capital Children’s Choir, who sang at Twickenham before the Samoa game. They were delightful and their version of the Samoan anthem was courageous and warming. They brought dignity to the pre-match build-up while across the rest of Europe, ranting reigned. For a few blessed minutes, the atmosphere was allowed to grow on its own. Their invitation should become permanent.

Stephen Jones, The Sunday Times