Solo & Duo Releases

Die Schöne Müllerin

Our first soloist release was An Evening Hymn - released in 2003 with Naxos - that featured treble Oliver Lepage Dean performing together with Christopher Robinson, Christopher Whitton, and Graham Walker.

Since the launch of our St John's Cambridge label in 2016, we have released two soloist albums: Johnian violinist Julia Hwang's debut album Subito, performed with pianist Charles Matthews; and Iestyn Davies and Joseph Middleton's recording of Schubert's Die Schöne Müllerin, the first commercial release of the cycle by a countertenor.

Subito
June 2017
An Evening Hymn
January 2003

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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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