Saffron Walden Choral Society, Saturday 24th March,7.30

Janet will conduct the second performance of this choral and orchestral work (Baritone soloist: Timothy Nelson) which was commissioned in 2016 by David Gibson and Southampton Philharmonic Society. Mozart’s Great C Minor Mass and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik complete the programme. Click here for details:


Suzi Digby has formed professional choir ORA to commission and record 100 new pieces from the “new golden age of choral music”. Janet’s new setting of Terra Tremuit will partner the Palestrina original on the forthcoming CD.Photo Nick Rutter

Janet Wheeler


Joanna Tomlinson conducts Farnham Youth choir in a programme of music to launch its 2017/18 season.   An exciting and eclectic programme of sacred and secular works, including new repertoire and some old favourites.

St. Andrew's Church Farnham
Saturday 14th October 7:30pm

Hendrix College, Arkansas, established its Candlelight Carol services, modelled on the Christmas Eve services from Kings College Chapel, in 1964. Janet’s entry Behold, I Come, was selected from over 65 submissions for the 2017 Candlelight Carol Competition and will be premiered on 30 November at the start of a regional tour by the choir.

This concert takes its title from the new song cycle commissioned by the daughters of Barbara Tealby in memory of their mother and forms a companion piece to Janet’s much-loved John Clare cycle “Time Becomes A Song” which commemorates Barbara’s husband Alfred.   The texts include “Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep”, “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” by Yeats and the children’s nursery rhyme “Little Mousey Brown”.

St. Mary’s Church Linton
Saturday 21st October