Purchase tickets to our holiday concerts!


Join the Jameson Singers for a heavenly program of motets and carols through the ages, from the Renaissance to today. We will feature a cappella masterworks from Palestrina, Britten, Ockeghem, Vaughan Williams, Bruckner, and Sweelinck, along with traditional Christmas carols.

Ticket Information

Cambridge concert:

Advance tickets to our Cambridge performance are available online using the form below. Receive a 20% discount when you purchase general seating tickets online! Tickets are also available at the door. Click here for directions.

Lexington concert:

Our Lexington performance is open to all; donations at the door are requested. Click here for directions.


Tickets to Illuminare, Friday, Dec. 11, 2015 at First Church in Cambridge:


If you prefer you may also purchase tickets from the Ticketbud webiste.

Join the choir!


800px-Josquin_Missa_BV_KyrieAuditions for the 2015-2016 spring season will be held Saturday, January 9 at: Payson Park Church in Belmont.

Email  to schedule a time.

Announcing our 2015-2016 concert schedule

Winter Concerts:

Saturday, December 5, Hancock Church in Lexington, 4pm
Friday, December 11, First Church in Harvard Square, Cambridge,8pm. Reception to follow.


Spring Concerts:

Saturday, April 16, Hancock Church in Lexington, 4pm
Saturday, April 30, First Church in Harvard Square, Cambridge, 8pm

Jameson Singers to sing at ACDA

From a competitive pool of choirs, we’re proud to announce that we were chosen to participate at the Eastern division conference of the American Choral Directors Association in February 2016.

About the Jameson Singers

faure-quote-1The Jameson Singers is a mixed choral ensemble formed in the fall of 2010, by Jameson Marvin, former Director of Choral Activities at Harvard University (1978-2010). This 60-voice choir is comprised of amateur singer-musicians, many of whom are Dr. Marvin’s former students.

The Jameson Singers is open by audition to Boston area singers who have choral/vocal experience and quick musicianship. We offer two concerts per year, spanning choral literature from the 15th through the 21st centuries, sacred and secular, a cappella and choral orchestral.