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 2013 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 2015, we performed at Bath Abbey, Christ Church Oxford, Moseley, Stow-on-the-Wold and enjoyed a successful tour to Cambridge, including singing at St Catherine's College Chapel.

Latest news

Next performance

Our next concert, will be a performance of Mozart's Requiem at St Mary's Church, Charlton Kings,
on Saturday 8 October at
7.30 pm.
We are pleased
to perform this concert
in memory of former
choir member
Sarah Harris.
2016 Events for
more details

The Joy of Christmas
If you are up for some
early 2016
Christmas shopping,
why not pick
up a copy of our newly
recorded CD, The Joy of Christmas?
Available at any of our concerts
or Contact Us

Jubilate Chamber Choir - Mozart Requiem 8 October
Bristol Cathedral 20-9-2014 (9)
CD Front Cover The Joy of Christmas
St Marys Church Moseley Saturday 14 March 2015

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