Roger Jones

ROGER JONES was born in Birmingham and trained at the Birmingham School of Music. He then spent 16 years at Aston Manor School in Birmingham teaching music, and eventually became Head of Lower School. In the early 1970s he began writing songs for his School Choir about Easter, which emerged as a Cantata entitled ´Jerusalem Joy´.
Roger Jones

Roger first began composing, so as to involve as many as possible in music-making and in telling bible stories and Christian truths in a fun and accessible way. Further Musicals followed with ´Stargazers´, ´Apostle´, ´David´, ´A Grain of Mustard Seed´, ´Saints Alive´ and ´Greater than Gold´.

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  • Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor / Conductor, , 20th March 2008 – 14th November 2009, Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham, All Saints Church, Crowborough, and other locations.

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