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The Pity of War

We will be performng at
Cirencester Parish Church
on Saturday 15 November
with the Cirencester
Philharmonia.

Click on the poster to the right
for more details.

The Joy of Christmas

Don't forget to add Saturday 6 December to your diary when we will be performing The Joy of Christmas at Cheltenham Town Hall.

See link for further information

New appointments

Simon Russell has been appointed Chief Concert Accompanist
Neil Fortin has been appointed Rehearsal Accompanist

Under the direction of Ian Higginson, Jubilate Chamber Choir is one of Gloucestershire's leading chamber choirs.

Jubilate performs a diverse range of music, sacred and secular, delighting audiences throughout the UK and in Europe. Our concerts can range from intimate recitals of unaccompanied singing to larger-scale works with guest soloists and chamber orchestra. Our Christmas extravaganza, The Joy of Christmas, is an annual crowd-pleaser with guest choirs, orchestra, readings and carols galore, and the occasional bag piper!

We were delighted to have had the opportunity of filming with Gyles Brandreth for the BBC One Show in 2011. See Highlights.

In March 2012 Jubilate had the pleasure of singing with soloists Emma Kirkby, Hannah Davey, Sebastian Field, Paul Tompkins and Brian Pursey in an extremely successful performance of the Bach B minor mass.

In July last year we enjoyed performing at Highgrove House, the home of HRH the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, a memorable experience for all the choir. We also recorded a CD of music by Ian Higginson, his Requiem and Shades of Jazz.

During 2014 we have performed at Gloucester Cathedral and made return visits to Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Bristol Cathedral and St Alfege Church, Greenwich.
A Jubilate summer tour is planned for 2015

Bristol Cathedral 20-9-2014 (9)

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