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Mixed-Voice Choir

St John's Voices

St John's Voices is the College's extremely fine mixed-voice choir.

Cambridge is famous the world over for the quality and breadth of its choral tradition. Being part of your College choir is a wonderful way to play a full and valued role in the life of the College.

St John's Voices, founded in 2013, is one of Cambridge's newest choirs, and is made up of male and female students of the College. The choir sings evensong on Mondays in the beautiful College Chapel, as well as concerts, tours, recordings and other performances. The Voices recently returned from their first tour to the Far East, where they performed Handel's Messiah with the Cambridge Baroque Camerata to sell-out audiences. This year the choir is planning to tour to Switzerland, and will be giving concerts in Cambridge and London, as well as launching their first recordings and videos. The choir is directed by Graham Walker[link]. More about St John's Voices may be found on their website [link].

Auditions for St John’s Voices will take place on Monday 2 October, 13:00-16:00, in the New Music Room. You may sign up for an audition time here: If you are unable to make this time, please contact Graham Walker [link] directly to make another arrangement.

Rehearsals will begin on Monday 2 October, 19:30-21:15, and will follow this timetable:

Thursdays from 5 October, 19:30-21:30 and then each Thursday

Sunday 8 October , 11:00-13:00 as a one-off

Mondays from 9 October 17:10-18:15; Evensong at 18:30 and then each Monday.