Howard Ionascu

Head of Junior Academy

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Junior Academy - Director

Director of Junior Academy

Founder of Laudate Choir

Previously Director of Music at The King’s School, Canterbury

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Howard studied music at Manchester University before being appointed Vicar Choral in Wells Cathedral Choir. Whilst at Wells, he sang on many recordings, broadcasts and international tours. In 1997 he founded The Laudate Choir, a choir of young singers, which continues to perform regularly in London as well as further afield. With the Laudate Choir, he has recorded various CDs for Meridian and Priory Records and performed with The City of London Sinfonia, English Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Britannica and Onyx Brass. Howard has also been Musical Director of Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir, Finchley Children’s Music Trebles Choir, The Esterhazy Singers in London and worked with Guildford Choral Society, City of London Choir, as well as on Eton Choral Courses as a Guest Conductor.

Prior to his post as Director of Junior Academy, Howard taught at Radley College, Royal Grammar School, Guildford and most recently as Director of Music at The King¹s School, Canterbury. In 2007, Howard undertook a six month Conducting Fellowship in Australia, leading workshops and masterclasses across New South Wales.

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@HowardIonascu • Oct 18
Very excited to be visiting @instbaccarelli and inspirar-te in São Paulo with my @RoyalAcadMusic colleague Nicole Wilson @musicalorbiter.
@HowardIonascu • Oct 14
Looking forward to @ralphallwood working with our choirs @RoyalAcadMusic #junioracademy next Saturday
@HowardIonascu • Oct 10
Great rehearsal yesterday @ExeterPhil for our November Glorious Baroque concert @kirstyjhopkins exephil.org.uk/index.php/what…
@HowardIonascu • Oct 04
Date for your diary - Next LAUDATE concert at Temple Church Thursday 16 November 7.30pm.
@HowardIonascu • Oct 03
Please read and share @RoyalAcadMusic How to improve the school results: not extra maths but music, loads of it theguardian.com/education/2017…