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  • Jacapella, Sheffield, South Yorkshire We come together bringing only our voices, and as we sing something magical happens that lifts our spirits and makes us smile.

  • JAGS Choral Society, London Originally formed to provide mature voices in support of the girls of James Allen's Girls' School, Dulwich, London. The choir has now developed a musical life of its own, performing three concerts each year. Membership is open to all, irrespective of connections with the school. New voices are always welcome and no audition is required.

  • Jazzamatazz, Herstmonceux, East Sussex Born out of one of those dinner parties - when wine flows and inhibitions tend to evaporate. An idea, centered on a previous amateur group of singers, was born but this time to aim more for a dynamic, specialised and professional jazz choir! The extensive repertoire includes many jazz standards arranged by director Peter Wilson and are mainly performed a cappella

  • Jazzmanix, Southampton, Hampshire The jazz & gospel choir of Southampton University.

  • Jericho Singers, Oxford We are a friendly, fun group of singers, that get together on a Monday evening at St. Barnabas Church, Jericho Oxford. Our choir is passionate about the canal and and all our concerts raise money for the Jericho boatyard and Wharf project, more information at www.jerichowharf.com

  • Jersey Festival Choir The choir was founded by John Lobb in 1955 and has for over 40 years provided the possibility for local singers to come together to perform major choral works.  In doing so, the choir has given opportunity for Jersey audiences to enjoy live performances of choral music.  These performances, joined on occasions by well known soloists and talented young musicians from centres of excellence all over Britain, are valuable contributions to Jersey's musical life.  Additionally, a carol service is held every year from which the collection is donated to a different charity.  Over the years the choir has raised funds for Channel Island Air Search, The Shelter Trust and Jersey Hospice

  • Jersey Island Singers e-mail only: contact: Mrs Olwen Smith

  • Jessop & Song, Nottingham e-mail only: contact JessopAndSongChoir@gmail.com

  • Jesus College Choir, Cambridge a volunteer boys choir which has been in existence since 1849, and a female line of choral scholars.  Together with the male choral scholars the choirs sing (separately) 5 services a week during University Full Term, as well as undertaking concerts & broadcasts.

  • Jewel Tones, Charvil, Reading, Berkshire A choir for girls aged between 10 and 18 years. We sing folk songs, popular songs and songs from music theatre.

  • Jigsaw Sound, Shrewsbury, Shropshire A new choir for mixed voices.  Particularly aimed at those who have not sung before or for some time.  The ability to read music is unnecessary.  Broad range of musical styles sung.  Experienced singers in the choir will support novice voices to achieve their full potential.

  • JLS Choir, Southampton, Hampshire e-mail only: contact: JLSChoir@gmail.com Regional Choir of the John Lewis Partnership.

  • John Moore Quire, Shropshire The John Moore Quire is a group of friends who first joined together in 1985 to perform the lost music of earlier singers and instrumentalists who once provided a focus for both sacred and secular village life.  Most Shropshire towns and villages had such quires and we take our name from a young nursery and seedsman called John Moore who was born in Wellington, Shropshire, and who made a wonderful collection of both sacred and secular tunes when he was between the age of 17 and 19 years old. Although the John Moore Quire is Shropshire based, its members are from a wide area including Chester and Droitwich. We perform concerts throughout the year depending on demand, and also participate in Evensong services at Shrewsbury Abbey.

  • Joined up Singing, Oxford Community choir open to all, singing a range of harmony songs from different cultures, and contemporary compositions. Optional performing. Monday evenings termtime, St Anthony’s Hall, Headley Way, Oxford.

  • Jordan Hill Community Choir, Scotland The Jordanhill Community Choir is a friendly group of some forty people from the Church, the local community, and further afield.  Together, they are prepared to put in a little hard work, and in the process they enjoy social, physical and emotional benefits – to name some!  They are motivated by the love of singing together, whilst bringing pleasure to their audiences and raising money for good causes. 

  • Joyful Company of Singers, London Winners of Sainsbury's Choir of the Year, 1989, the Grand Prix in two major European choral competitions, and Choir of the World at Llangollen at the 1994 International Eisteddfod

  • Joyful Noise! Ecumenical Choir, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire e-mail only: contact: Sarah Moreton  Comprises singers of all ages and from all church denominations (and some from none!) who love sharing their faith through singing. Anything from 40 to 130 in the choir depending on the event. Events and concerts held throughout the year. No auditions, no annual fees - just ask to be added to the mailing list and take part in whatever takes your fancy for a small participant fee. Events range from charity concerts with a run-up of weekly rehearsals, to one day events (e.g. learn a Musical In Day) and Songs Of Praise evenings. Repertoire mainly Roger Jones' music (www.cmm.org.uk) and similar - easy to learn SATB, contemporary and Bible-based

  • Joyful Voices, Bungay, Suffolk We meets on alternate Tuesdays at the Emmanuel Church Hall in Upper Olland Street, Bungay and welcomes new members.This friendly group sings songs from around the world, with all pieces taught by ear by leader Mary Lovett - there's no audition and you don't need to be able to read music, just turn up and join in!  Songs are arranged for different voice parts, so it's easy for newcomers to slot into the right section.  

  • JSS Singers, Worthing. The youth choir that sang at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton, Oct 1997

  • Jubal Choir, Sheffield  20 strong lively choir, formed in 2001, that sings a mixture of traditional gospel and Christian songs.

  • Jubilate!, Oxford, Oxfordshire  Jubilate! is a mixed-voice chamber choir of about 25 voices. Our aim is to meet together regularly to sing choral music to a high standard, and all singers are auditioned by the director before joining. We give three main concerts a year in Oxford, and have performed in all the main Oxford venues, including Christ Church Cathedral, Merton College Chapel, Keble College Chapel, the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, and St Barnabas Church. We also sometimes sing in events outside Oxford: in 2003 we sang the Fauré Requiem in Westminster Abbey in celebration of All Souls Day, and in 2006 we sang evensong in Worcester Cathedral.

  • Jubilate Chamber Choir, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Jubilate is fast becoming one of Gloucestershire's leading chamber choirs. New members welcome. Repertoire ranges from 16th century to present day.

  • Jubilate Choir, Easingwold, York We are a twenty-five members ladies choir and sing lighter-vein arrangements under the aegis of our musical director, Amanda Crawley, herself a professional singer. We are always looking for new members, please contact us for more information.

  • Jubilee Choir, Odiham, Hampshire The North Hampshire Jubilee Choir was founded in 2002 to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen's Golden Jubilee. They perform a wide variety of choral music, from classical masses to modern pieces, sometimes accompanied by an orchestra. We have twin aims - to entertain people and to have in the choir singers from each decade.

  • Jubilate Ladies Choir, Harrow, London. Jubilate Ladies Choir is a fun and friendly ladies' choir of about 40 singers based in West London. Our aim is to have fun singing for ourselves and other people's pleasure.  We do around three to four concerts a year but also enter competitions such as the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts and local music festivals. From time to time, we have vacancies in one or more sections of the choir. If this is the case, we hold a rehearsal especially for potential new members. Jubilate rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7:45pm to 10pm during term times at Pinner Methodist Church in Pinner, Middlesex.

  • Jubilo, Edinburgh A 75-strong, mixed-voice choir regularly performing a wide range of choral music

  • Junction 14, Milton Keynes  Ladies Barbershop Harmony Chorus was first formed in 1987, and consisted of  8 or 9 people. In 1989 the chorus became a member of the Ladies' Association of British Barbershop Singers and by then had grown to approximately 20 members. In 1996 we changed our name to Junction 14 and updated our club image. We now have almost 30 members, which is great, but we would dearly love to have more. We are directed by our Musical Director, Jill Bush, whose patience is legendary!

  • Just A Cappella, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire This vocal group, blending the voices of men and women in close unaccompanied harmony, sings popular songs from the 1930’s onwards. They were proud winners of the St Albans Festival of Performing Arts in the adult choir classes in each of the last three years. Now based in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, Just A Cappella rehearses there on Monday evenings. The group was originally formed in 2003 in Enfield (north London, UK) when they were known as Enfield A Cappella Singers.

  • Just Midnight, Warrington, Cheshire We are a group of experienced singers based in the North West and love to sing unaccompanied harmony.  Our repertoire ranges from jazz to fifties revival,  from romantic ballads to up-tempo numbers.  We rehearse on a weekly basis in Warrington and are currently recruiting for a mezzo soprano/contralto to join our group.

  • Just Sing! Community Choir, Stevenage, Hertfordshire. Just Sing! (formally known as Singing for the Terrified) is a mixed voice choir for anyone who would like to sing in a fun, relaxed and friendly environment. We welcome singers of all abilities. You don't have to be able to read music or have sung before. No auditions necessary.