You can listen to the Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, any time via our webcasts and archive of online recordings on SJC Live. The Choir has also released over 90 albums that are available to buy.
The Choir is known to millions through its many recordings. Its impressive discography, which includes nearly 100 discs* which date back to its first recording in 1958, spans centuries of composition, and this breadth continues with the recent recordings of Mozart, Purcell, Wesley, and Harvey, all being released to much acclaim. (*This number does not include re-releases).
SJC Live is an extensive archive of recordings taken from the Choir's live performances. You can search for particular tracks by their category, composer and more, and listen to them online whenever and wherever you like.
From the archives, this webcast of Choral Evensong features the first performance of Dum transisset Sabatum by Composer-in-Residence, Michael Finnissy, which was written in response to John Taverner's setting of the same text; also featured in this webcast.