Our Music Ensembles at London School of Theology

Studying Theology, Music and Worship or Theology and Worship at LST means you can be in one of our dynamic ensembles!

LST Choir

LST Choir is a dynamic choir that fuses many different genres of music including prayerful intercession, chart songs that sing kingdom values and moving and a-grooving high praise gospel. Under the direction of Geraldine and Carey Luce, this choir meets weekly throughout the academic year and reflects the LST community with its diverse gathering and heart to connect the song with the reality of God’s presence.

The LST Choir have performed at various events ranging from LST Graduation Day to numerous Chapel events, from Premier Radio appearances to rocking a full house at the local pub Misty Moon. They have sung at Big Church Day Out and some of LST Choir feature on ‘Can you See it?’ the most recent album release from Geraldine Latty [Luce].

Check out the LST Choir’s debut single ‘Voice’ https://youtu.be/HofyCOx23VI  

 

VivaVoce

vivavoceVivaVoce is chamber choir. The choir is open to all students and staff, and sings a wide range of repertoire from across the sweep of several centuries of choral music. From the calm serenity of Renaissance church music to the vibrant textures of 21st century composers, the choir delights in exploring a breadth of styles. VivaVoce sings at major college events, has taken part in a workshop with the composer Alan Bullard, and led worship at various churches in London and Suffolk.

 

LST Worship

LSTWORSHIPLST Worship is an innovative collective committed to bringing transformative worship across a breadth of musical styles with spiritual and theological depth. The collective fuses together many of LST’s key lectures in worship, including Steve Thompson, Geraldine (Luce) Latty and Jeremy Perigo, along with students on the Theology, Music & Worship and Theology & Worship programmes. LST Worship has creatively led at nationwide events such as David’s Tent and Spring Harvest and has served as the house band for worship artists such as Sean Feucht of Bethel Music. They love to combine diverse worship approaches with a mixture of musical tastes and unique instrumentations into a unified corporate encounter with God.

For more information on any of our musical ensembles at LST, please contact music@lst.ac.uk or 01923456220.

 

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