|Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge|
After the service there was a reception in the ante-chapel; those present included Jonathan Harvey's daughter Anna, as well as David Hill (Andrew Nethsingha's predecessor at St John's), Christopher Keyte (who was the baritone soloist in the choir's 1974 recording of Durufle's Requiem), representatives from Faber Music (Harvey's publishers) and Signum Classics.
The new St John's imprint is intended to be holistic and recordings will include not only the choir but students at St John's College as well as distinguished alumni. The next disc planned is of Christmas music, to be followed in the Spring by one of masses by Kodaly and Poulenc. Andrew Nethsingha also announced that the choir will be starting a major new collaboration with the composer Michael Finnissy