St. John's Singers


The St. John’s Singers, an auditioned scholarship SATB choir, rehearses Wednesday evenings 6-7:15pm and Sunday mornings 9:15am, then sings each Sunday at 10am following the Iowa State University academic calendar. The St. John’s Singers’ diverse multilingual repertoire ranges from familiar Anglican hymns, Medieval chant, Renaissance motets, and Baroque cantatas, to 19th to 21st-century spirituals and anthems. Since August 2016 the St. John’s Singers have sung major choral works including Maurice Duruflé Ubi caritas, Gabriel Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine, Olivier Messiaen O Sacrum Convivium, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Laudate Dominum, Giacomo Puccini Requiem, Charles Stanford Beati quorum via, and anthems by Rafaella Aleotti, J.S. Bach, Jacques Berthier, Hildegard von Bingen, Dmitri Bortnjanski, Dietrich Buxtehude, Guillaume DuFay, Orlando Gibbons, Hans Leo Hassler, Ana Hernandez, Heinrich Isaac, Zoltán Kodály, Isabella Leonarda, Lena McLin, Giovanni da Palestrina, Michael Praetorius, Sergei Rachmaninov, Gioachino Rossini, John Rutter, Franz Schubert, Urmas Sisask, Thomas Tallis, and Gwyneth Walker.