Anthony Holt started his professional career at the age of 12 when he was one of twenty boys selected to represent the RSCM choir at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey. The boys were packed off for a month's intensive training at the RSCM's headquarters at Addington Palace – but five minutes from when he lived. Here Tony spent the mornings on musical work, and in the afternoons he earned a bob or two as a caddy at the golf club next door. His mementoes of the coronation service are a medal, a coronation stool, and Vaughan Williams's autograph.

Most recently, Tony has been teaching at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, where he gets to reunite with the Singers on their tours of the U.S.

With the King's Singers:

Guest appearances: