A Latin word which means “songs.” The community choir of Singapore Bible College, we are composed of auditioned undergraduates, graduate students, alumni, faculty and staff of the College, as well as selected members of the Singaporean Evangelical church community.

OUR mission

Our mission is to integrate performance with proclamation, and worship with winsome music-making through hymn festivals, psalm festivals, specially designed services for church seasons, and traditional sacred music concerts.


School of Church Music of Singapore Bible College

He is a recipient of numerous academic and performance awards, and is an internationally recognized Filipino-American conductor, music educator, composer, singer, arranger, choral clinician, writer, producer, music minister, and book editor. One of the Philippines’ most esteemed choral conductors, he is a beloved mentor to tens of faithful church musicians and highly successful choral conductors who have led their own university and community choirs to top prizes in international choral competition. For more information, please click here.


We hold two main presentations every concert season, performing musics which range from early chant, European motets, the great choral-orchestral masterworks, English and American anthems and spirituals, contemporary congregational song, and global hymnody. We endeavour to train and sing with excellence, for the glory of God and for the edification of the worldwide body of believers.

REHEARSALS  take place every TUESDAY, from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m.


Fees are waived as a service to the community. Members are urged to ensure their attendance for at least a year. All music score purchases are borne by each member. There is a required performance attire.


  • For the LADIES, it is a prescribed black dress, made-to-order; and black shoes. Please contact SHEILA ONG for details.

  • For the MEN, it is the ALL-BLACK set: black collared shirt, black coat, black pants, black socks, black shoes.


Auditions are held by appointment with Dr. Joel Navarro through the form below.


Dedicated to providing links for your study and private meditation to guide and inspire you as you engage with the repertoire.

  • The aural guides for pronunciation for Chichester Psalms are found in these helpful links:
  • The aural guides for pitches and rhythms for Chichester Psalms are found in Cyberbass.com
  • The aural guides for pitches are rhythms for Five Mystical Songs are found in Choralia.com (simulated human voice).