King's 500 Contemporary Music Festival 'Epiphany Through Music' was a festival produced by Alexandra Schwinn, in King's Chapel, Cambridge to mark the quincentenary and 500 years of music in that wonderful space. Most importantly, the festival highlighted the music to come out of King's over the last century. The festival which ran from 9th - 11th October 2015 featured 11 ensembles including 190 performers. It also featured Stockhausen's Stimmung; Philharmonia Orchestra featuring George Benjamin; The Choir of King's Chapel, Cambridge; a recital given by John Butt; and Marcus Stockhausen.

ENSEMBLES + SOLO PERFORMERS: London Voices dir. Ben Parry / Cambridge University Trumpet Ensemble dir. Christopher Lawrence / King's Voices dir. Ben Parry / Cambridge University Chamber Choir dir. Mark Gotham / The Wallace Collection / Concanenda guest conducted by Ben Parry / The Robins from King's Junior Voices dir. Lynette Alcantara / The King's Men / The Choir of King's Chapel, Cambridge dir. Stephen Cleobury / John Butt / Andrew Powell / Kirsten Powell / John Wallace / Marcus Stockhausen / Philharmonia Orchestra / Cambridge University Student Orchestra / Mark Gotham / Stephen Cleobury / George Benjamin

BBC Radio 3 presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch, London Voices explore the strange and wonderful world of extended vocal techniques, as they perform excerpts from Stockhausen's "Stimmung" and a new piece by their co-director Ben Parry.