Jonathan joined the Cambridgeshire Boys Choir as a founder member. Both as a chorister and soloist, Jonathan has performed abroad and at many venues in Britain. In 1991 he was an understudy in the Royal Opera House Bicentenary production of the Magic Flute. He then took part in the BBC Children's Television production 'Mozart in London'. He also sang the part of First Boy in the Cambridge Mozart Festival production of the opera.
Recording for this album began on Jonathan's thirteenth birthday.
In 1991, Jonathan sang the Salve Regina before the President of Malta and his guests at St. Paul's Cathedral and was the leas soprano in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater at St. John's College Chapel, Cambridge. Jonathan was a pupil at the King's School, Ely, and later studied singing under Paul Phoenix, a graduate of the Royal Northern School of Music and a former chorister of St. Paul's.
Jonathans father, Alastair Roberts, was musical director on this recording and was formerly a boy soprano in the Choir of St. John's College.
Jonathan Roberts The cassette was once released by Brewhouse Music, Breeds Farm, 57 High Street, Wicken, Ely, CAMBS CB7 5XR, England
but is out of print for some time now.
Brewhouse Music ceased operations in 2008.