Who's it for?
Use it on your own - you don’t need to be a member of a choir.
Have fun practising at home or just singing in the company of expert singers.
Sight-reading not your strong suit? It’s like standing next to the best singer in your section.
Can’t make it out to rehearsals? You can still sing with others!
Speed up your choir’s learning. Singers can build confidence and skill between rehearsals.
Keep up singing in your choir during difficult times.
Facilitate virtual recordings. Singers can record their contributions, synchronised to the same backing-track. Each can choose what to hear while recording: full choir, their own voice part or just accompaniment.
Our professionally-recorded accompaniments can be purchased as standalone items, for download.
Our revolutionary interactive player lets you highlight your voice part on the fly so your part stands out, making it easier to learn.
Practise at will, either with full choir, with your own voice part highlighted, or with accompaniment only.
Clear, easy-to-read score follows along with the music automatically.
Made using professional singers
Hand-picked members of the Cambridge Singers, recorded in high-quality audio by John Rutter himself.
Easier virtual recordings
Making a virtual performance? Our Recording Assistant mode helps choir members synchronise easily, each choosing their preferred form of playback.
At launch we have fifteen titles which have been hand picked by John Rutter. As well as a number of his own compositions our catalogue also includes pieces by other composers, such as Mozart, Fauré and arrangements of traditional works. We look forward to adding further repertoire soon!
For the beauty of the earth
A Clare Benediction
A Gaelic Blessing
All things bright and beautiful
A flower remembered
Cantique de Jean Racine
God be in my head
Look at the world
Look to the day
Ave verum Corpus
W. A. Mozart
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Music's Always There With You
When the Saints go marching in
“We hope this new tool will prove especially useful now – and also for years to come, as choirs will always be glad of help in learning their music.”