Beauty is returning to the Church!

The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir has just released a new album, and it look amazing. Titled Sacred Treasures of England, the album includes 14 tracks of beautiful English chant from the Tudor era.

The Catholic boys choir was founded in 1996. Educated in the Junior House of the London Oratory School, boys as young as 7 are given choral and instrumental training. Directed by Charles Cole, the choir is in demand for concert and soundtrack work. In fact, they were featured in the soundtracks for the Lord of the Rings film trilogy!

Here’s a beautiful video that features their music and tells you a little bit about the school:

You can learn more about the London Oratory Schola here.

The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir’s new album is available on Amazon.

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