Cape Town – On Tuesday Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released the details of the music performers who will be playing at their wedding on 19 May, which will take place at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
In a series of tweets sent from the Kensington Royal Twitter account the happy coupled revealed which choir would perform, who the conductor is and which special appearances - from talented English musicians - would take place.
The tweets read:
“The music will be under the direction of James Vivian, Director of Music, St George’s Chapel, including the Choir of St George's Chapel, and a selection of choral groups, soloists, and musicians: 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, winner of 2016 BBC Young Musician.
"Last June, Prince Harry saw Sheku play at an event in London in support of the work of Antiguan charity the Halo Foundation. Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir.
"The Choir is made up of a group of British artists dedicated to creating a sound that demonstrates the community they share and has been performing both nationally and internationally for over 20 years. Both Prince Harry and Ms. Markle have taken a great deal of interest and care in choosing the music for their Service, which will include a number of well-known hymns and choral works.“
SEE THE TWEETS HERE:
The music will be under the direction of James Vivian, Director of Music, St George’s Chapel, including the Choir of St George's Chapel, and a selection of choral groups, soloists, and musicians: pic.twitter.com/FjBvyW5FwE— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 24, 2018
HERE IS ONE OF THE PERFORMERS SHEKU KANNEH-MASON, PERFORMING LEONARD COHEN’S HALLELUJAH: