Our latest soloist release on the 'St John's Cambridge' label features the former chorister and choral scholar Iestyn Davies with pianist Joseph Middleton
Former Choral Scholar Hugh Cutting has won First Prize at the 2021 Kathleen Ferrier Awards, the first countertenor to do so
We regret to announce that our planned December tour to the Netherlands and Luxembourg has been postponed
St John’s College will continue its reputation for musical excellence by featuring male and female voices – both adults and children – in its world-renowned choir for the first time
This September, four former members of the Choir perform in the online series from the 2021 Boxgrove Choral Festival
Johnians and current Choir members, Tom Butler and George Herbert, are both winners of the 2021 competition
After four years with us here at St John's, our current Assistant Organist will start in his new post at Exeter in September 2021
Until regular Chapel activities can take place, we are resuming 'Virtual Chapel' services for Lent Term
Our latest album Advent Live - Volume 2, featuring live recordings from three of our BBC broadcast Advent Carol Services, will be available from Friday 27th November
We plan to go ahead with our Advent Carol Services this year without a congregation. The second service will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 on Sunday 29th November at 3pm
Michael Finnissy's cycle – written over the course of his residency at St John's and recorded on our most recent album release – has been nominated for the choral category award
Quintin, a former Chorister (2000-06) and Choral Scholar (2012-15) will take over from interim director Edward Higginbottom in January 2021
We are saddened to hear of the loss of Logie Bruce-Lockhart, a former Choral Scholar (1940-46) who later became Headmaster of Gresham’s School (1955-82)
The Choir has released a new nine-part cycle composed by Michael Finnissy, St John's Composer in Residence 2016-19. The album has already been selected in Gramophone's 'Editor's Choice'
Declan, a former Choral Scholar at St John's, is working on research funded by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and sponsored by Public Health England
This Friday at 7:30 p.m, enjoy a variety of performances from our College groups, musicians and alumni
Our offering of online services will continue from Sunday 21st June - Sunday 5th July, featuring music from the College Choir and St John's Voices
This Easter Term, the College will be providing a variety of services online which will feature both the College Choir and St John's Voices
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Tim Pride, former choral scholar at St John's College 1982-85.
Owing to the emergency restrictions in place during the current Coronavirus pandemic, St John’s College regrets that the Chapel Choir is unable to tour to the United States of America at this time.
The concert that was to be held at St John's College Chapel on Monday 16th March has been cancelled
Auditions for the posts of Tenor and Bass Lay Clerks will be held on Monday 16 March
We have released an album featuring the live broadcast recording of the 2019 Ash Wednesday Evensong, which includes works by Bach, Byrd, Weelkes as well as the Allegri Miserere mei.
Our sister choir has recorded an album of music by William Mathias in collaboration with the Gentlemen of St John's
Congratulations to former chorister Tom Dobney, whose carol has been shortlisted for the public vote of the 2019 BBC Radio 3 Carol Competition
Andrew Mellor, Gramophone