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The Meljon Singers

Musical Director : Janette Ruocco

Janette is the founder conductor of the East London-based chamber choir The Meljon Singers with whom she has developed a repertoire of over 600 sacred and secular works.

Janette has conducted The Meljon Singers in large-scale works with orchestra such as Britten's St Nicolas (Chelmsford Cathedral November 2008) and substantial a cappella ones, such as the Rachmaninov Vespers (March 2008).

The Meljon Singers have made it a feature of their work to seek out and perform choral works for chamber resources, e.g. Rossini 's Petite Messe Solenelle (2011), Purcell's Dido and Aeneas (2007), Brahms' Requiem in the version for piano 4 hands (St James' Piccadilly 2007), and works accompanied by a single instrument, including the cello, trumpet and flute.

Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle

Photograph ©Richard Brockbank

Concert Tour to Italy

 Photograph ¬©Roberto Mariani

Brahms' Requiem with piano duet

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Concert performance 2011

Geistliches Lied - Brahms

The Meljon Singers 09.10.10

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Music by women composers

Janette has pioneered concerts of choral music exclusively by women composers for almost 20 years.

Cecilia MacDowall: Ave Regina

The Meljon Singers live 06.03.10

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Music by American Composers

Evelyn La Rue Pittman: Any How

The Meljon Singers live 20.03.10

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Concert performance 2009

Rheinberger : Kyrie

The Meljon Singers live at St James's Piccadilly

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