We cannot know what the future holds. What we do know is that, in a world so often full of destruction and despair, EJMS is a sign of confidence in the creative arts and the cultural life of our community, a sign of hope for the future, a sign that, in the hands of our students (whatever instrument they play) will sound across the years and be forever etched in their memory.
25 year anniversary celebration of the new Ealing Junior Music School.
250 enrolled students. Ealing Junior Music School moves to Twyford Church of England High School.
External recital concerts for soloists and small ensembles commenced in St Mary’s Church, Perivale. In subsequent years, these recitals were held in St Stephen’s Church, St Andrew’s Church and Twyford School Chapel
John Hudson, current Chair of Trustees, appointed a Trustee.
Hanwell Children’s Choir (founded early 1950s) became part of Ealing Junior Music School. Subsequently renamed Ealing Children’s Choir.
Ealing Council decided to close EJMS, despite protests by parents and by famous musicians. Existing parents were determined that EJMS should continue. The new EJMS was set-up and constituted as a Registered Charity. Sir Simon Rattle appointed President. Sir Magdi Yacoub, George Melly and Anna Ford appointed Patrons.