The Choristers have a membership of around two dozen, and include Choral Scholars and professional section leads, as well as experienced choral singer volunteers from within the parish and from the wider community.
The repertoire - anthems, motets, mass and evening canticle settings - is drawn from the best of Anglican and Western church music of the last five centuries, including music by John Tavener, Mozart, William Byrd, Duruflé, Finzi, Howells, Michael Finnissy, and Tallis, amongst others. The Choristers also sing for special events such as the Nine Lessons and Carols for Christmas, and as the St John's Chamber Choir, in highly-regarded concerts with the Victoria Baroque, with whom they have presented many significant 18th-century works, such as Handel's Dixit Dominus, various Bach cantatas and motets, and Bach’s St John Passion.
The Choristers rehearse Thursday evenings, and at a number of dedicated rehearsals before each Baroque concert.
Requirements for membership include decent sight-reading skills, as well as a good sense of choral sound and musical style.