Meet Jubal Ministries Musicians
The Sons of Jubal is a renowned male chorus that began in 1954. The choir has performed all over the world and regularly holds concerts within the state of Georgia. The Sons of Jubal includes music leaders, pastors, and others who serve in the music ministries of Georgia Baptist churches. Their concerts are incredibly powerful and moving presentations that are often delivered to standing-room-only crowds.
Concerts are appealing to all ages, varied in content, and are accompanied by the Jubal Brass.
The Sons of Jubal are committed not only to musical excellence but to worship, enrichment, and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the state of Georgia and around the world. Music can communicate deeply, and the experience of a Sons of Jubal concert enables the audience not only to feel a sense of musical awe, but to gain a clearer understanding of who God is, what Jesus has done for us, and why we worship him.
The Sons of Jubal have three sub-groups, an instrumental ensemble called the Jubal Brass, a handbell ensemble called the Jubal Bells, and a vocal ensemble called the Jubal Tones.
The Jubal Brass accompanies the Sons of Jubal during concerts. This popular ensemble is available for separate bookings from the choir for churches and other venues. They do a variety of sacred literature focusing on arrangements for brass ensemble..
This auditioned vocal ensemble is selected from the Sons of Jubal and often sings acapella. In addition to performing at Sons of Jubal concerts, they are available for concerts in churches and other venues, especially those which may not be able to accommodate the entire Sons of Jubal choir.
The Jubal Handbells perform during regular concerts and often accompany other auxiliary groups during their concerts.
The Jubalheirs orchestra consists of Jubalheirs, Sons of Jubal Brass, and other musicians who lift up the Lord through their instruments. They provide a rich tapestry of sound to accompany the group from the piano to full instrumentations. They also perform instrumental pieces during the concerts to further elevate the worship experience. Since the inception of the orchestra, the instrumental aspect of worship has become an integral part of the Jubalheirs, both for accompaniment and participation in mission endeavors.
Tapestry 3:16 is a group of select vocalists from the Jubalheirs. They perform complex pieces with rich harmonies and minimal accompaniment. This allows their voices to blend in a manner so that each part is heard with an intricacy that is musically pleasing and worshipful in content.
The Jubalheirs Handbells perform during regular concerts and often accompany other auxiliary groups during their concerts.