The Queen’s Six: From hymns to show tunes


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In 2008, six members of the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, which has sung for services at Windsor Castle for nearly 700 years, formed The Queen’s Six, a group that performs music you won’t find in any hymnal, from pop to Broadway. Correspondent David Pogue talks with The Queen’s Six about performing for Queen Elizabeth II, and welcoming a female singer into the group for the first time.

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