Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got married on May 19, 2018 in Windsor on the most beautiful sunny day. Their wedding day was filled with symbolic moments that broke royal tradition. For example, they had a South East London gospel choir that sang “Stand By Me” during the service.
He played three pieces at the wedding: La Sicilienne de Paradis, L’Apres un reve by Faure and Ave Maria by Schubert.
Two of these were his own recommendations and the last was a request from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex themselves.
“The first two tracks I suggested because they’re tracks I’ve loved for a very long time,” he told Newsbeat.
“Then ‘Ave Maria’, which is probably the most popular play of the three, was a suggestion from the couple.”
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Sheku, who was the first black winner to win the BBC Young Musician title in 2016, visited Chapel in Windsor a few weeks before the wedding to train.
However, it was only the day before that he was able to rehearse with the orchestra.
Although it was a “really nice experience” he noticed something “quite funny” about the crossing.
“They had backups for all the talking people and stuff like that, so it was really weird to see two random people say vows for Harry and Meghan,” he said.
Sheku described the reaction to her performance as “really lovely” and told Newsbeat, “I’m really grateful that I had the opportunity to perform in front of so many people.”
He even got to snap a photo with preacher Michael Curry after the ceremony, whom he described as an “inspiring character” and a “really lovely person.”
About 1,200 members of the public were invited to the grounds of Windsor Castle for the wedding.
Oprah Winfrey, David and Victoria Beckham, as well as George and Amal Clooney were among the many celebrities present.
It is estimated that two billion viewers would have watched the Royal Wedding worldwide.
Tonight on BBC2, a show about Sheku and her whole family titled “A Musical Family Christmas with the Kanneh-Masons” will air to discuss their musical talents at 8:35 pm.
The program description reads: “A look at Christmas with the talented Kanneh-Mason family, seven siblings who are taking the world of classical music by storm.
“Returning to Nottingham to celebrate, their unique seasonal celebration is an exciting fusion of family traditions from the UK, Sierra Leone and the Caribbean.
“They perform their favorite festive music such as Mary’s Boy Child, We Three Kings, Santa Baby, Sugar Plum Fairy and In the Bleak Midwinter, as well as versions of Who the Cap Fit by Bob Marley, Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen and The Seal Lullaby. by Eric Whitacre. . “