Meet the team

Musical Director: Alexander Jaye

Alexander Jaye is a conductor, composer & operatic tenor. Having been accompanist and assistant musical director for the choir between 2014 and 2021, Alex returned to the choir as the musical director in 2023 and is very happy to be back! Alumni of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, winning the Edmund Rubbra prize for best composition & Rose Lawrence award for best academic achievement during his undergraduate, and Royal Academy Of Music attaining his Masters with distinction. Collaborations with ensembles and musicians includes CHROMA, Royal Northern Sinfonia & Quinta, EXAUDI Vocal Ensemble, Tritium Trio, Huw Watkins & Michael Foyle, London Contemporary Orchestra & pianist Jonathan Powell. Alex's work Luminalia was released on NMC Recordings "Next Wave 2" CD. Composed for theatrical productions Lulu (dir. Christian Burgess) & Go, Make You Ready (dir. Patsy Rodenburg OBE) at Silk Street Theatre. In 2019 Alex released his debut album for big band and electronics - A Winter Journey - in 2019. As an arranger, Alex has previously arranged for London Musical Theatre Orchestra, Guildhall Pops Orchestra, the Henry Desmond Orchestra as well as a protest cabaret evening with Paul Morley featuring a 9 piece band.


While working as a professional Tenor, Alex has performed in Boys of Paradise as part of the Tete-A-Tete opera festival, and La Boheme with Vivo D'Arte. He was the Tenor Choral Scholar at St. Luke's Chelsea (dir. Jeremy Summerly) between 2017 and 2020, performing choral concerts at Bath & Westminster Abbeys, Ripon, Norwich, Exeter & St. Paul’s Cathedrals, Camden Roundhouse & Cadogan Hall.


The current committee is:

Daniel Roseman (treasurer)

Stew Dean (membership)

Susan Stewart (media)

Helen Long (librarian)

Katie Hall (at-large)