About the ISS
The International Staff Songsters is The Salvation Army’s premier choir. It’s style spans a large range of Christian music from contemporary to classical, spirituals to traditional songs. Their repertoire includes pieces from well known classical geniuses including Eric Whitacre and Samuel Barber to our own Salvationist writers. Whatever the genre, the ISS seek to be effective communicators of the gospel.
As a choir they are regarded as representatives of The Salvation Army in the international arena. As well as regularly leading worship each month at Salvation Army centres, they participate in national and international Salvation Army meetings and other events, TV and radio broadcasts and over 30 recordings.
Regular visits overseas encourage and support members of The Salvation Army around the world in their local witness and service to their communities. They seek to introduce people to Jesus Christ, and his power to transform lives and communities through music.
Tour 2-16 April Masterclass and Workshops
Songster Leader Dorothy Nancekievill will be conducting an afternoon masterclass in Brisbane 5th April open to all who sing in high school and community choirs, and includes dinner. In Perth she will conduct a vocal workshop on the 2nd which includes High Tea. Dorothy is a member of the UK Music Education Council Executive and an Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music for services to music education. For more information