Capella Regalis is a men and boys’ choir comprising 20 boys from around Halifax and 10 adult male singers, some of whom sing with the King's College Chapel Choir.
Under the direction of Nick Halley, the choir sang its first choral evensong at King's College Chapel in November 2010, and on 20 December 2010, the choir performed its first Christmas concert in the presence of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.
The choir sings regular weekly evensongs at the King’s College Chapel and tours in Nova Scotia. It performed in the Saint Matthew Passion in April 2011 with the King’s College Chapel Choir and presented its second To Bethlehem with King’s Christmas concert in December 2011.
In April 2012, Capella Regalis joined forces with the King's Chorus, a choir comprising students, faculty, and staff from the King's and Dalhousie community, to perform Missa Gaia in Wolfville, Lunenburg, and Halifax.
Director Nick Halley is instructing the boys in all aspects of performance, as well as teaching them how to read music.