Alumni

The Choir of St John's College is proud to have a large number of successful alumni who now pursue active music careers. A large number of Choral Scholars progress to become professional singers, while a healthy proportion of former Organ Scholars now enjoy solo recital careers, or have become Directors of Music at the leading Cathedrals and Choirs around the world; and the musical discipline, professionalism and teamwork which Choristers learn at St John's often leads to scholarships at major schools and flourishing musical careers.

Below is a selection of the many former Choristers, Choral and Organ Scholars who are now professional musicians. If you are an alumnus and a professional musician please send us a link to your website and we will add your details.

All alumni

Organ Scholar
2017
Organ Scholar
1963 to 1967
Organ Scholar
2008
Organ Scholar
2005
Organ Scholar
1967 to 1971
Organ Scholar
1994 to 1997
Organ Scholar
2015
Organ Scholar
1996 to 1999
Organ Scholar
1996 to 1999
Organ Scholar
1997 to 2000
Organ Scholar
2010
Organ Scholar
1984 to 1987
Organ Scholar
1980 to 1983
Organ Scholar
1991 to 1994
Organ Scholar
1988
Choral Scholar
1985 to 1988
Director of Music
2007
Organ Scholar
1987 to 1990
Organ Scholar
2004
Organ Scholar
2007
Organ Scholar
1971 to 1974
Organ Scholar
2002
Organ Scholar
1960 to 1963
Organ Scholar
1974 to 1978
Organ Scholar
1990 to 1993
Organ Scholar
1978 to 1981
Organ Scholar
2000
Organ Scholar
1993 to 1996
Organ Scholar
1958 to 1960
Organ Scholar
1999 to 2002
Organ Scholar
2013 to 2016
Choral Scholar
2003 to 2007
Choral Scholar
1987 to 1990

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It is with sadness that we announce that the Master of St John's College, Professor Sir Christopher Dobson, died on Sunday 8 September.

He is survived by his wife, Dr Mary Dobson, their sons, Richard and William, and his beloved dog, Jimbo. He was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and died at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey. A full tribute to Sir Christopher can be viewed on the College website.

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