Join the Choir Association

Membership

  • Choir Members: All current and former members of the Choir: Choristers, Choral Scholars, Organ Scholars, Lay Clerks and Volunteers
  • Friends: People with an interest in the Choir and its activities
  • Patrons and Benefactors: Those who wish to support the Choir at a higher level

Join as a Friend

For an annual donation of at least £50*, a Friend receives the following benefits:

  • Advance information about all concerts, tours and other events
  • Copies of the Newsletter and of the termly Chapel service lists (if requested)
  • Advanced booking for certain ticketed services in Chapel (e.g. Epiphany Carols and Lent Meditation)
  • An invitation for two people to the Epiphany Carol Service Tea and the annual summer Garden Party

*Reduced rates: £40 for Johnians, £20 for those aged 65+.
All donations made by United Kingdom taxpayers can be enhanced by Giftaid.

Join the Choir Association using our Donation Form

Forthcoming Events

Please note: on the Donation page, select Designation as the 'Choir Association Membership.'

If you are interested in how you might be able to support the Choir further, please visit our Support page.

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9 March 2024

 

A Meditation on the Passion of Christ is a service of music and readings reflecting on the Passion of Christ. This year the service features music by Byrd, Purcell, Weelkes and MacMillan, as well as the final piece of a triptych of works written for the choir by Joanna Marsh.

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Magnificat 4 includes two commissions written specially for the Choir of St John's College; Jonathan Dove's 2022 canticle setting St John's Service, and Judith Weir's 2011 service of the same name.

Winner of the 2008 Ivor Novello Award for classical music, Jonathan Dove CBE has composed a broad range of works and is one of the most successful British composers today. 

Jonathan was kind enough to share insights into his St John's Service, the compositional process, and what we can look forward to in the future.

The commitment, projection and natural energy of this choir have never failed to inspire me

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