Symphonia Jubilate is a symphony orchestra made up of students predominantly from primary and secondary schools in the Strathfield and Canterbury education networks. Founded in 2013 by Tracy Burjan and Luke Wallace, the orchestra aims to provide students with an opportunity to rehearse, learn and perform quality orchestral music from a diverse range of musical styles, as well as to foster a new level of music appreciation and skill.
There are two orchestras; SJ Primo (high school students) and SJ Secondo (primary school students). The two orchestras rehearse separately, covering repertoire that is appropriate to their age and abilities.
From 2015 there will also be a Symphonia Jubilate Stage Band, run by Paul Burjan. The stage band will rehearse from 2.45pm before each SJ Primo rehearsal.
To spread the gift of music through collaboration for the benefit of students and the wider community.
The orchestra will be a growing dynamic initiative that responds to the opportunities presented to collaborate and perform music of a high standard.