Our beginnings lie at Kingsbury High School in Brent. The school's choir were very successful in the mid-1980s, so when school was over the group carried on singing, moved to Harrow and became known as Jubilate.
Since Musical Director Sarah Stroh took over in 1999 the choir has gone from strength to strength. Recent achievements include:
winning the Gold Cup for most memorable choir at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, along with three other trophies including best female choir
being broadcast on Classic FM in December 2017
being broadcast on BBC Radio 3, singing three pieces composed especially for us by Ailie Robertson as part of Making Music's Adopt a Composer scheme
winning four trophies at the 2016 Mid-Somerset Festival for the female choirs, sacred music, sing Shakespeare and popular/show song classes
winning the ladies' choir class at the 2015 Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts.
In 2013 we were given the honour of singing at
Westminster Cathedral at the Barnardos Christmas concert.
We've competed twice at the prestigious Llangollen International
Eistedfodd and been lucky enough to support Brit award-winning
vocal group Blake several times. Some of us have even performed
with singer-songwriter Barry Manilow!
In May 2018 we won four trophies - including the prestigious Gold Cup for most outstanding choir - at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts. In December 2017 a track from our Christmas CD was broadcast on Classic FM and we've alsobeen broadcast on BBC Radio 3, singing three pieces composed especially for usby Ailie Robertson as part of Making Music's Adopt a Composer scheme.