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Combined Choir Sings Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral

For the Combined Choir, the beginning of Easter Term proved very exciting. On Monday 20th April, the Choir was welcomed to St Paul’s Cathedral. Here, they sang Evensong with music including the Mathias Jesus Service and Stanford’s Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem. Whilst singing in the fantastic acoustic was challenging, the experience was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

Posted on 22 April 2015

Choir to Perform Bach Motets in Concert

On 19th March 2015, the Combined Choir will perform a selection of Bach’s Motets in addition to music by John Tavener and Alexander L’Estrange under the direction of Assistant Organist, Ben Morris. The concert will take place at 7.30pm in Jesus College Chapel and tickets for the event are available here.

Posted on 5 March 2015

Out of Darkness - Music from Lent to Trinity Reaches Number 1!

We are delighted that the Choir’s most recent disc with Signum Classics, Out of Darkness - Music from Lent to Trinity, entered the specialist Classical Chart at Number 1 in the week following its release on the 9th February 2015 and would like to thank all of those who have purchased a copy of the CD.

The disc may be purchased online from Amazon and iTunes.

Posted on 19 February 2015

Choir to release new CD: Out of Darkness - Music from Lent to Trinity

The Choir is thrilled to announce that our latest CD from Signum Classics, Out of Darkness: Music from Lent to Trinity, will be released on the 9th February 2015.

The Combined Choirs went ahead with this recording at the end of June, following the news that our late Dean and Chaplain, John Hughes, was tragically killed in a car accident. The recording of this CD brought the Choir together in a time of great sadness and is dedicated to John's memory.

Out of Darkness is currently available to preorder from Amazon, iTunes and Presto Classical.

Posted on 5 February 2015

Choir participates in John Hughes Arts Festival

The inaugural John Hughes Arts Festival came to Jesus College for the weekend of 23rd-25th January. Over the course of the three days, the Festival celebrated the artistic community at the College by hosting various events, in which the Chapel played a central role. Both choirs were able to participate in the Festival through services of Evensong and Eucharist. The occasion was particularly special because it marked the first presentation of the newly renamed John Hughes Medal to chorister, Theo Amies. We were also pleased to award Gus Richards with the David White Medal and Kieran Hazell-Luttman with the Anderson Cup, and celebrate William Barbrook's and Ben Scott-Warren's promotion to choristerships.

Posted on 26 January 2015

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