Bach In The Dark and The Choir of St James’

The hugely popular Bach In The Dark series returns to St James’, although on the usual pre-COVID-19 format. The Choir of St James’ will join cellist, Rachel Scott in a livestream only concert on 21 March 2021 at 7:00pm. Click here for further information and how to purchase tickets.

St James’ Music Newsletter – April 2021 edition

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(Re)Visions: After the Silence: now available to watch for free

The Friends of Music at St James’ presents its first digital concert, performed by the Choir of St James’. It includes sublime Early Music pieces to luscious modern renditions. It showcases Australian composers and features a world premiere recording by Brooke Shelley, Missa Ænigmata.

Watch for free via this direct link: https://youtu.be/884mZazzz_s

But please support this initiative by donating generously through the Friends of Music GoFundMe page: https://bit.ly/2EAwyz4

We hope to bring you more concerts in the future!

(Re)Visions: After the Silence

The Friends of Music at St James’, with the support of Century Venues, presents The Choir of St James’ in a live recording of a concert sung at The Concourse, Chatswood. The concert will be presented in three time zones: Sydney, London, and New York. Visit our What’s On page for concert dates and times.

New Choir Recording: Songs of Hope

This recording by The Choir of St James’ and directed by Warren Trevelyan-Jones, brings together compositions that are both old and new, European and Australian, with works by William Byrd, John Taverner, John Sheppard, Philip Moore, Joseph Twist, Owen Elsley, and Brooke Shelley. Buy now!

St James’ Music Newsletter – August 2020 edition

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Media Releases

Songs of Hope Media Release

Refer to our COVID-19 Information Page for messages relating to changes at St James’.

The new pipe organ at St James’

St James’ is undertaking a Bicentennial Organ Replacement and Restoration Project that is both ambitious and visionary. Ambitious, because the project will cost up to $4 million to be successfully completed. Visionary, because the new organ will provide an exciting new instrument for the Sydney community. The new St James’ organ will rang as the third largest in Sydney after those in the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Town Hall.

Visit The St James’ Organ Replacement and Restoration Appeal website for further information on how to can become part of this historic project.

Announcement to the Parish, March 2018