John Lobb was instrumental in the origins of the choir. A Trust was founded in his name in 1981.
The objects as stated in the constitution are: “to assist young people who have been educated wholly or partly in Jersey and have attained the age of fifteen years and show promise in some form of music generally and intend to pursue a career in music

The link to The John Lobb Memorial Trust is here

Local Jersey choirs

Amity Singers have sung with the choir on several occasions

The Jersey Symphony Orchestra is here

The Harmony Men are a male voice choir.

Cantabile specialises in church music.

The Jersey Gilbert and Sullivan Society

Jersey websites

Information about Jersey and also many aspects of Jersey's rich and varied Social and Community life. Travel information, local weather and news, amongst other things, can be found at the Jersey Evening Post site.

Music websites

MusicWeb International and its sister site “Seen and heard” are review sites with a wealth of resources

Choral Wiki is a wonderful resource where you will find free choral/vocal scores, texts, translations, and other useful information

The International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) has the goal of sharing Public Domain music

John Fletcher has a very complete website with free access to mp3 files of the parts of many choral works. He only asks for a donation to cover his regular outgoings such as Website hosting costs and Performing Rights Society licence; John Fletcher music

A site worth visiting for choral music and church music is Priory Records


Need to practice a major work and don't have a piano? You can practice online at CyberBass with SATB and Tutti seperate arrangements (use headphones for best effect- you can buy the CD later if you like)

We are members of The National Federation of Music Societies

If you ever see a Festival Choir member singing to themselves then they may be using a ChoraLine rehearsal CD/mp3 files! These are produced to assist personal practice  for the classic choral works that we undertake

Links to kindred sites