King’s College Course

Dear friends,

We are so saddened to inform you that for the safety of all, we have decided to cancel this year’s course due to the corona virus pandemic. The course will not be rescheduled in 2020, but we will be back for sure in 2021! Our exact dates have yet to be confirmed.

We are also announcing that we have confirmed that our guest director will be Graeme McCullough in 2021.

For those of you who have already registered and paid, give us a little time to sort out refunds. We will be in touch soon.

Keep following our website, Facebook and Instagram accounts as we move forward. Don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.

Our wish is for you to be healthy, stay safe, and keep music in your hearts!

Our best to you all,
Daley Whitaker and Tom Sheehan, Course Managers


The next course is scheduled for JULY, 2021

The largest of its kind in North America, King’s College Course regularly attracts more than one hundred and fifty singers, ages ten and up, from across the United States and internationally. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Pro-Cathedral and King’s College of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, are the hosing sites of this summer training course sponsored by the Royal School of Church Music in America.

Dorm rooms, dining facilities, a chapel, and rehearsal spaces are provided by King’s College. Choral services and concerts are held at St. Stephen’s Pro-Cathedral.

Both choristers and adults enjoy a week of music-making, fun, prayer and fellowship in beautiful Wyoming Valley. Nestled in the Appalachian mountains, Wilkes-Barre is an historic city on the east side of the Susquehanna River. King’s College is within walking distance of downtown shopping, movies, riverfront parks, and historic churches.