Wednesday, 23 November 2022

O Magnum Mysterium, The Grand Christmas Concert

by Stefan Attard

Magnium FB InstaPost 1080x1080pxThis Christmas, Schola Cantorum Jubilate (SCJ) will take its audience on a powerful journey right into the heart of the nativity story. Set within the beauty and theological opulence of Ta’ Pinu National Shrine on 29 December 2022 at 19.30, SCJ’s Grand Christmas Concert is a feast of voice and music, intertwined with faith and the peace and joy synonymous with the season.

Thursday, 17 November 2022


by Stefan Attard

Teas FB InstaPost 1080x1080px 551x551Tea, nibbles, cake… and splendid choral music! This, and more, is Schola Cantorum Jubilate’s Teas The Season! planned for 11th December, 2022 at the Kempinski Hotel, San Lawrenz, and featuring the younger members of the SCJ choirs. This afternoon concert and Victorian-inspired tea party will celebrate the beauty of Christmas, of course with some unique additions and marvellous surprises, as is by now synonymous with SCJ.

Wednesday, 29 June 2022

A Call for Peace by the young at SCJ

by Stefan Attard

A Call for Peace Poster2A Call for Peace is an end-of-year concert by the younger sections of Schola Cantorum Jubilate. It is the children and adolescents’ utter for peace through music. This concert will be held on Thursday 14th July at 8pm at the Kempinski Hotel in San Lawrenz, Gozo.

Poster Imperial FB 2This July, Schola Cantorum Jubilate will be hosting the Imperial College London Choir. The choir will be holding two concerts in two cathedrals on the islands. The first concert will be held on Wednesday 6th July during lunch-time, at 12.30pm at the Gozo Cathedral in Victoria. The other concert will be held on Thursday 7th July at 7.00pm at the Mdina Cathedral.

Friday, 07 January 2022

Ċirku9Ġrajja: An Unexpected End, But a Journey Nonetheless

by Daniela Grech Sultana

Had things gone to plan, and the entirety of our hard work borne fruit, we would be publishing this blog with a different tone. But life rarely goes to plan, and as the past two years have shown us, we are mere humans subject to fate and surrounded by an environment that we cannot really control. The only element left in our hands is how we react to a situation and the level of respect we show towards those around us.

As Schola Cantorum Jubilate, we feel blessed to have experienced two (out of a planned three) magical Christmas concerts with you all. Featuring 70 choristers and musicians, we presented a unique repertoire of Christmas classics, with choral pieces specifically arranged for the concerts, new compositions as well as experimentation with different instruments.

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