The King and Queen attend the Orphei Drängar Choral Society's spring concert

During the concert, The King received the Orphei Drängar Choral Society's commemorative medal for his 50-year membership of the choir. Photo: Pelle T Nilsson/SPA

The Orphei Drängar male voice choir was founded in 1853 in Uppsala, and remains active with tours and concerts in Sweden and around the world. The guest artist at this year's spring concert was opera singer Christina Nilsson. Together, they performed music including romantic and classical spring songs to welcome in the spring.

The Orphei Drängar Choral Society's spring concert in Uppsala.

The Orphei Drängar Choral Society's spring concert in Uppsala. Photo: Pelle T Nilsson/SPA

The King has been an honorary member of Orphei Drängar for 50 years, and received a bronze commemorative medal during the concert. The medal was first minted in 1928 to commemorate King Gustav V'sopens in new window 50 years of membership.

The King and Queen arrive at Uppsala University.

The King and Queen arrive at Uppsala University. Photo: Pelle T Nilsson/SPA