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Choir Program at St Johns of Lattingtown

Statement of Purpose

The Choir Program at St Johns of Lattingtown exists to provide all who enjoy singing a musical, educational and enriching experience. The program is open to all ages and voices in the local and wider community.

Please feel free to contact the Director of Music Ministry, Christopher Brayne at any time to discuss how you might be part of these opportunities listed below. (516-671-3226 ext. 12

St Johns Choral Scholars

Rehearsals: Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00pm; Sundays from 9:15 to 10:15am

Sing: Sunday mornings at 10:30am and special services and events

Choral Scholarships for sopranos, altos, tenors and basses are open to High School Seniors, College and Postgraduate students and applications and auditions are required. Please see for further details.

Junior Choral Scholars

Watch this space for further details.....

Sing: Local and wider community events

Rehearsals will include basic vocal techniques, wide range of songs both secular and sacred. Solo opportunities and teamwork are integral to membership of this group.


Voice for Life – Training Program

A structured guide to vocal training from beginners to advanced singers

Based on graded targets with informal assessment

Designed for use in schools, churches, and other community choirs

Easy to use with a clear layout


There are five levels in the VOICE for LIFE scheme providing training from beginners to advanced singers. The levels are designed to be used by both children and adults. The levels are:


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Each level comes complete with:

  • Clear targets that state exactly what a singer should have achieved and be able to demonstrate in order to complete each level
  • Singer’s workbooks containing questions, exercises, and puzzles. On completion, the workbook is signed and dated by the choir trainer.
  • Ribbons and medals/lapel badges to award singers on completion of each level. For school choirs and other non-robed choirs, there are colored lapel badges. For church choirs and other robed choirs, medals can be worn on the appropriately colored ribbon. Each level is assessed informally by the choir trainer and the badge/ribbon and medal is awarded once the singer has reached the targets and finished the workbook.
    Further information from The Director of Music Ministry Christopher Brayne –


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