King's College in Cambridge, England was established by King Henry VI in 1441. To this day, King's remains a world-renowned and exclusive institution. The school is also famous for its all male chapel choir, which has enjoyed a rich lineage of conductors throughout the years. Stephen Cleobury conducts the choir and has held the position since 1982. The yearly performance and airing of the group's Christmas performance, "Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols," is one of the choir's most popular events.
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