Little Saint Mary’s Church, Cambridge

Music at LSM


LSM choir

Music plays an important role of the worship at Little St Mary's, and the Church is home to a thriving musical tradition. The Parish Choir and Choristers are at the heart of the Church’s musical activities, and LSM is home to a fne mechanical action Organ, built by Kenneth Tickell and Co. in 2007. The Choir of Little St Mary’s sings at High Mass every Sunday and at feasts and festivals throughout the year. The Choir draws its membership from across the City and University and, since the establishment of a top line of girl and boy Choristers in 2000, from schools across Cambridge. In recent years, the Choir has made two CD recordings (available to purchase from this website), undertaken national and international tours, commissioned new music from several established composers, and taken part in a number of outreach projects. In 2015 one of the Little St Mary's Choristers was awarded the prestigious title of BBC Girl Chorister of the Year.

At choral services we use the New English Hymnal, occasionally supplemented by New English Praise. Psalms are usually sung to Gregorian plainsong tones, though sometimes we use Anglican chant or fully polyphonic settings.

The Director of Music, Dr Simon Jackson, is always delighted to hear from anyone interested in joining the Choir.

Follow us on Twitter: @LSMChoir