Jubilate Deo Choir

The Jubilate Deo Choir, the choir of the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Malta, will hold a concert to commemorate the 50th anniversary of its establishment on Wednesday, 15th May, at the Church of the Souls in Ħal Tarxien.

The concert, entitled ‘Faħħruh’ (Praise Him), will feature a programme of prayerful music from Taizé and Gregorian chant. Maestro di Cappella Christopher Muscat, the choir director and Musical Director of the Archdiocese, will lead the musical direction.

Joining the choir will be the Cappella Gregoriana Jubilate Deo, the Pueri Cantores Jubilate Deo, and the Choir of the Archdiocese of Malta, which comprises choristers from all parishes. The performance will be accompanied by violinist Stefan Cassar, cellist Frank Camilleri, and harpist Caroline Calleja.

The concert will start at 7:30pm and admission is free. The sacrament of confession will be available during the evening.

Cappella Gregoriana Jubilate Deo

About the Jubilate Deo Choir

The Jubilate Deo Choir serves as the choir of the Metropolitan Cathedral and is the resident choir of the Parish Church of Naxxar. In 1974, 50 years ago, a group of volunteers, under the guidance of the then archpriest Fr Paul Caruana, established a choir in the parish of Naxxar.

Named Jubilate Deo, the choir’s mission goes beyond its title; it has become a life mission for all its members to praise the Lord and assist the liturgical congregation in doing the same. Over the years, the choir has provided a continuous experience of God through music and singing, not only enriching the ears and hearts of those who participate but also fostering a dialogue with God through music that transcends into prayer.