A unique benefit evening of words and music tracing Alexander's musical journey from Chorister to Choral Scholar to Classic FM host, to Pointless Quizmaster.
This is a benefit evening for The Cathedral Music Trust and National Autistic Society.
Global radio colleagues ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG (Classic FM) will be interviewed by MARTIN STANFORD (LBC News). Live music from the Choir of St George’s Chapel Windsor Castle (as seen during the funeral committal service for Queen Elizabeth II, and for the funeral of her husband Prince Philip in 2021). Other performers will join us for the evening as their commitments allow.
Check out the website www.thisisyourlifeinmusic.org.uk for the latest information.
ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG is an Ambassador for The Cathedral Music Trust, which campaigns on behalf of Cathedral Music, Choristers in Need and encourages the pursuit of excellence in Choral and Organ Music.
MARTIN STANFORD is a supporter of the National Autistic Society who are the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Since 1962, we have been providing support, guidance, and advice. The NAS exists to help the 700,000 autistic people in the UK and their families – be that running specialist schools, campaigning for improved rights or training companies on being more autism-friendly, the NAS is dedicated to transforming lives and changing attitudes.
Concessions (seniors and children) are only available in the back half of the Central Nave, and in the Nave Aisles. A 10% family discount, based on 2 adults and 2 children will also be automatically applied to your basket when purchasing tickets in these sections.
Seats in the Nave Aisles are unreserved, and may have a restricted view.
Seating Plan is representative of the section of the chapel you will be seated in, not exact.