Daughters of the King were formed in June 2016, and began by ust a few teenage girls meeting together regularly to sing. Since that time, they have evolved to become the ensemble they are today. Their primary goal is to use their God-given gift of singing and music to bless others.
Over the years, DOTK has performed at many events including festivals, eisteddfods, nursing homes, community fates and fairs, work functions, Christmas parties, birthdays and weddings. Some of their performance highlights include placing first at the Dandenong Festival of Music and Art for Youth in 2007, Mordiallic Eisteddfoc in 2007, the Inaugural South Eastern Arts Festival in 2010, and West Gippsland Eisteddfod in 2013, 2014 and 2016. They were also awarded the perpetual trophy for the 'Most Promising Choir' at the West Gippsland Eisteddfod in 2013 and 2014.
Other highlights include their 10th anniversaty concert, celebrated in 2016 (with alumni of the choir) and releasing their first album 'Good Company' in 2017.
In 2017, DOTK Chamber singers was birthed which provided an opportunity for girls over the age of 13 to sing more challenging repertoire and extend their musical knowledge and understanding. This also provided leadership opportunities for the girls as the Student Conductor Program commenced in 2019.
They are hoping to release their second album in 2021.