I use more music from the Jubilate Choral Club than from any other publisher! Thank you!
– Stephen Sain, North Carolina
Our Choral Club PaysYouto Be a Member!
Your time is valuable and we know it. The Jubilate Music Group Choral Club arrives in a reasonably-sized box filled with a reasonable amount of music... carefully selected by the Jubilate Music Group editorial team. You won't be overwhelmed with too much music you can't review in a reasonable amount of time.
This isn’t just another choral club…but one that “pays” you to be a member! When you join the Jubilate Music Group Choral Club, you can choose 10 free copies of any 2 anthems (new or previous releases…a total of 20 copies). This “rebate” pays for the annual subscription price of the club, basically making it free*.
- Exclusive Member-Only Discounts
- Over $200 worth of music for only $39.95**
- Music from Alfred Sacred, Jubilate Music, and HW Gray
- 2 shipments per year: June (Fall/Christmas music) and December (Spring/Easter music)
- FREE shipping for the two choral club boxes received during your membership
- Complete reference copies and CD recordings of anthems, cantatas, and collections
- Choral music for adults and children
- Information on and excerpts from new keyboard and instrumental publications
- WorshipLines Newsletter with product information and more
- Bonus Handbell samples excerpts
Sign up here today to experience the benefits of membership now!
*Free anthem rebate must be renewed during year of your current membership.
**Annual subscription fee. $59.95 for Canadian members. Choral Club is available only in the Contiguous United States and Canada.
Or, you may choose to have your church billed for the club instead of using a credit card. If so, click the gray bar below.
Thank you for not sending an overwhelming amount of music in each mailing. The quality is high and I find more music in your box than I do in other clubs with twice as much music.
– Cynthia Connor, Wisconsin
Thank you for the variety of styles you offer in each box… from traditional to lightly contemporary.
– Bruce Malony, Kentucky