Eva and I so enjoy our Saturday mornings immersed in the EJMS community. Although Eva has her instrumental lessons at school, she so enjoys the opportunities on offer to play and sing ensemble at EJMS and these in turn have hugely benefited her in terms of her overall musicianship and confidence. The leaders of all the ensembles she has been involved in have been dedicated, energetic and supportive, and most importantly make it fun! In addition, I have also had the unexpected pleasure of being able to involve myself in the Adult Chorale, which is just the right mix of challenging and fun and is real food for the soul.
Jules, EJMS Parent
EJMS is proud to be the home of the Ealing Children’s Choir, Ealing Youth Choir and the EJMS Adult Chorale.
Ealing Children’s Choir
This popular Choir is conducted by the Music Director, Felix McGonigal, and is for students in Years 2-6. The choir rehearses for spirited performances at the termly concerts and enjoys singing songs from musicals and films. Rehearsals take place from 10.30am to 11.30am. New members are always welcome. Under our Bursary Scheme EJMS offers a FREE introductory term for this course
Ealing Youth Choir
The Choir is conducted by the Assistant Music Director, Elinor Corp and is for students in Years 7-13. The choir sings in 3 or 4 part harmony and tackles enjoyable and challenging repertoire. Rehearsals take place from 11.30am to 12.30pm.
EJMS Adult Chorale
The EJMS Adult Chorale is a 30-strong chamber choir formed of keen parents and parents of former pupils at EJMS. The Choir is conducted by the Chair of Trustees, John Hudson, and performs a wide range of music in 4-part and 8-part harmony, from 17th Century madrigals to Victorian Part songs, to uplifting arrangements of modern pop songs. The choir has performed on BBC Radio 3 and singers are offered the opportunity to perform at external events, recently at the Royal Albert Hall and St Paul’s Cathedral. Rehearsals take place from 9.00am to 10.25am. EJMS offers a FREE introductory term for this course. Listen to a short excerpt of what you may expect here.