The St. John’s University Mixed Chorus has been serving St. John’s and the surrounding community for over 100 years, enriching the lives of its audiences and its members with a diverse repertoire that covers
pop, classical, musical theatre, a capella, and more.
Under the direction of two-time Emmy Award winning conductor/composer Kim Oler, the Mixed Chorus gives numerous performances on and off campus throughout the academic year, including two major concerts - a Holiday Concert entitled "Lessons and Carols" in St. Thomas More Church, where they are joined by alumni, and a Spring Concert.
The Mixed Chorus has performed the National Anthem for sporting events in St. Johns’ Carnesecca Arena as well as world famous venues in New York City such as Yankee Stadium, Astor Place, Chelsea Piers, and, most notably, Madison Square Garden. In addition, in 2013 the Mixed Chorus traveled to Rome, with both both current members and alumni members, to sing for the Pope in Vatican City.
Many Mixed Choristers recall their experiences with the group as the best part of their college experience.