Alexander Armstrong

Alexander is the morning presenter on Classic FM - and the host of the long running BBC quiz show Pointless. He started his musical journey as a Chorister at Edinburgh St Mary's; continued singing at Durham School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He has released three studio albums. In 2021 he managed to perform 24 concerts in 24 hours for the Global Radio charity Make Some Noise

Martin Stanford

Martin is Alexander's Global Radio colleague, presenting a daily news programme on LBC News weekday mornings from 10am to 1pm. He will act as compere and interviewer for this evening evoking his best Eamonn Andrews (or Michael Aspel)!


The Cathedral Music Trust

Alexander is an Ambassaor for this charity which campaigns on behalf of Cathedral music, supports choristers in need and encourages the pursuit of excellence in choral and organ music.

National Autistic Society

Martin's chosen focus is autism - and this charity which aims to help the 700,000 autistic people in the UK and their families. It runs specialist schools, campaigns for improved rights and trains companies on being more autism-friendly. The NAS is dedicated to transforming lives and changing attitudes.

St George's Chapel Choir

Director of Music James Vivian

The Choir of St George’s Chapel comprises up to 23 choristers and twelve Lay Clerks singing alto, tenor and bass. The children are educated at St George’s School which is situated in the Castle grounds, and the Lay Clerks live in the Horseshoe Cloister, just to the west of the Chapel, and on Denton’s Commons.

St George's Chapel Windsor Castle

Thank-you to The Dean and Canons of Windsor for facilitating this event

The King's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.

St George's Chapel has a very special place in history as the burial place of no fewer than eleven Kings and Queens of England. It is the final resting place of the late Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip.