Home / Tag Archives: 1127 in London

Tag Archives: 1127 in London

St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir, London

For pretty much 900 years, there’s been a choir of young boys and adult guys at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral. In 1127, the Bishop of London, Richard de Belmeis, founded that which was the initial choir college and produced provision for “almonry” young boys to serve the cathedral. At that …

Read More »