One of the most-watched music events of 2018 took place not on a concert stage, but in Windsor Castle. On May 19, Prince Harry of Wales and American actress Meghan Markle were married before 600 invited guests—with an estimated 29.2 million people worldwide tuning in. Presiding over the music was Charlotte (N.C.) Symphony Orchestra Music Director Christopher Warren-Green, who has previously conducted at the weddings of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. Also making a splash was nineteen-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who has begun touring as a soloist and appears with the Seattle Symphony in October. He had to postpone his debut with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in May after being invited to perform in the royal wedding. Nevertheless, LACO Executive Director Scott Harrison said, “This kind of visibility on a global stage for classical music is great for all of us.”