The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge is one of the finest collegiate choirs in the world – known and loved by millions from its broadcasts, concert tours and over 100 commercial recordings.
The Choir has released its new album, Locus Iste. It is their 100th recording and marks the 150th anniversary of the consecration of St John's College Chapel.
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Bach Cantata Evensong with the Choir of St John’s College
St John’s Sinfonia
Conductor: Andrew Nethsingha
Leader: Margaret Faultless
Durante | Magnificat
Nunc Dimittis: primi toni
J.S. Bach | Cantata No. 8 - 'Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?'
(Please be aware that this service will finish at 7.50pm)
The Choir returns to the grand setting of Grand Théâtre de Provence, performing a programme of English and French music including Byrd and Poulenc.
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We are delighted to welcome back so many former St John’s Organ Students during a 15-month celebration of the Chapel’s 150th anniversary.
They have gone on to a variety of distinguished careers which include Church Music, Teaching, Opera, Composing and Arranging, Academia, Orchestral and Choral Conducting, Organ and Piano playing.
The Gentlemen of St John's performed to almost 600 children from Thorndown Primary School, St Ives and led a vocal workshop with their Year 4 pupils.
The ‘Gents’ are a vocal ensemble made up of Choral and Organ Scholars from the Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge. Kate Medlow – a teacher at Thorndown – wrote this account of The Gents’ visit:
'The children and staff at Thorndown Primary School were extremely lucky to have a visit from The Gentlemen of St John’s to perform during our Music Week from 1-5 July 2019.
Fiona Maddocks, The Observer