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Cantata Evensong
19 October 2019

Bach Cantata Evensong with the Choir of St John’s College
St John’s Sinfonia

Conductor: Andrew Nethsingha​
Leader: Margaret Faultless

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Nunc Dimittis: primi toni

J.S. Bach | Cantata No. 8 - 'Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?'


Admission Free

(Please be aware that this service will finish at 7.50pm)

Grand Theatre, Aix en Provence
8 December 2019

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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20 December 2019

The Choir performs at a Charity Concert promoted by the Rotary Club of ‘s-Gravenhage (The Hague).

Ticketing information to be confirmed.

21 December 2019

The Choir's second leg of its tour to Netherlands takes place in Breda's Sacramentskerk.

Tickets on sale from Sunday 1 September.

22 December 2019

The Choir's final concert of its tour to the Netherlands takes place at Der Oosterport in Groningen.

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23 March 2020 to 4 April 2020

The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge will embark on a two-week tour of the United States of America in March and April 2020. 

Directed by Andrew Nethsingha, the Choir will bring its trademark 'St John's Sound' to audiences across the Atlantic, performing in Atlanta, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Seattle and San Francisco. This will be the Choir's first visit to the USA since 2016.

Stay tuned for more information about the tour in the coming months.

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April 2019

Locus Iste is the 100th recording by the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge and marks the 150th anniversary of the consecration of St John's College Chapel.

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Recorded on
26 May 2019

 

Introit: Byrd  Gloria Tibi Domine
Tye: Missa Euge Bone
Gradual: Psalm 68 vv. 1–10 (tone v)
Preacher: The Chaplain 
Credo: VI
Hymns 239, 494 (tune 413)
Voluntary: Tomkins A Substantial Verse

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