The Chapel Choir of the University of King's College, Halifax, directed by five-time Grammy winner Paul Halley, is modeled on the chapel choirs of Cambridge and Oxford. It comprises 24 choristers from the King's College and Dalhousie University communities in Halifax, Nova Scotia, who are selected through auditions. The choir's primary function is to sing at the weekly Evensongs and Eucharists in the King's College Chapel, as well as other major services throughout the academic year. The choir also includes touring and recording among its activities, and its performances are frequently broadcast nationally across Canada on CBC Radio 2. The choir is well known for its annual concert series, King's at the Cathedral, featuring performances of choral masterworks at the Cathedral Church of All Saints in Halifax and in other venues around Nova Scotia and beyond.