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Archive Pictures

David Lawrence conducting the choir during a six-hour rehearsal for the spring concert May 1990 copyright: Jersey Evening Post

Final appearance of Mr. John Lobb, the choir's founder, at the Choir  Jubilee Concert at Fort Regent in 1980

The Queen's Silver Jubilee concert June 1977

Mary Moultrie (right) was a soloist for the Queen's Silver Jubilee concert

Photographs are copyright: Jersey Evening Post

Arthur and John Lobb (standing), Stanley Sackett and Sir Thomas Armstrong (sitting) copyright: Jersey Evening Post

Sir Thomas conducted Mendelssohn's 'Elijah' for the second time in 1961 (in 1958 he had, temporarily, relieved Leslie Woodgate of the baton to conduct it for the first time in the choir's history)

Choral Workshop at Le Rocquier- 1995

This picture was posted on the Royal Academy of Music’s alumini page as a photo of a chamber orchestra arriving in Jersey in 1964

John Wilbraham is listed amongst the players of 'an orchestra of students from the Royal Academy of Music' which played in 1964. The Festival Choir performed the Messiah that year under the baton of Sir Thomas Armstrong

A copy of the programme can be downloaded here