Jonathan Brown

NSSO Chorus Master

Jonathan was a chorister at New College, Oxford, a music scholar at Sherborne School, and a choral scholar at Royal Holloway College, from where he embarked on a professional singing and teaching career. He has recorded and broadcast extensively with a number of choirs, touring Australia, the USA and across Europe.

In June 2007, as Director of Music at Pangbourne College, he conducted a service from the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen, the Prime Minister and assembled dignitaries, commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Falkland Islands conflict, which was broadcast live globally on BBC1 and on national radio. In 2014, Jonathan moved to Malvern College as Director of Music.

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Best Classical Music Education Initiative Nomination November 26, 2019

We are delighted to announce that the National Schools Symphony Orchestra (NSSO) has been shortlisted for the Best Classical Music Education Initiative in Music Teacher magazine’s annual Awards for Excellence.   This award honours an education project which has used classical music in an innovative way, shown musical excellence and has had a positive impact on […]

#NSSOturns25 July 19, 2019

A week of bringing together more than 200 players and singers to celebrate the National Schools Symphony Orchestra’s 25th year! See all the highlights from the week by following us on Twitter: @NSSO_UK

Repertoire 2019 courses July 9, 2019

This year’s repertoire… The Main Orchestra and Chorus will be performing the Verdi Requiem, conducted by Richard Dickins. NSSO Sinfonia will be joined by the talented young singer-songwriter Emi McDade, in Patrick Doyle’s Never Forget and in some of her own songs, conducted by Leandro Silvera. Young NSSO will have a varied programme including music […]