St John Singers was founded 45 years ago by John Powell our Emeritus Director of Music. We are a mixed choir of some fifty voices with members coming from Salisbury and the surrounding area. The choir enjoys a varied repertoire covering sacred and secular music from the Tudor period to the present day. We rehearse weekly on Mondays during 'term time' and perform concerts and other events some four or five times a year in Salisbury and further afield including visits aboard.  Our concerts have supported nearly two hundred different charities over the years, raising significant funds for them. Our Musical Director is Steve Abbott and our accompanist is David Coram.
We have had an interesting and varied 2018. Before Easter we sang in our annual Stainer's Crucifixion, this year in the Cathedral with the Cathedral Choir and Youth Choir. We had a lovely village concert  on 19th May, raising over £800 for the Downton Organ Fund, and on June 2nd a Festival Concert at St Thomas's Church. The 17/18 season ended with the choir participating in a major British Legion Charity Concert, "The Angel and the Fallen", with her Majesty's Band of the Scots Guards and compered by Alastair Stewart, in the Cathedral. Our Remembrance Concert at the Museum of Army Flying was both moving and enjoyable, a lovely mix of emotive choral music and readings, with the audience joining in the singing of hymns and 1WW songs.
We are now getting ready for our biggest concert of the year, The Magic of Christmas, in support of the John McNeill Opportunity Centre. Tickets may be bought from Musicroom in Catherine Street, or from choir members.
If you like good singing in a sociable environment and are interested in joining the choir,  please email the choir Chair, Simon Cox via the Contact Page  
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St John Singers is a member of MUSIC IN SALISBURY
St John Singers - a leading choir in Salisbury
Registered Charity Number 1169985.