Jenny Moore

Jenny Moore is a composer, singer, drummer, performance artist and choir leader. Her London-based six-piece choral-punk ensemble Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business is known for their tuned percussion, huge vocals and chanted soulful mantras, a mix of the 90's R&B and post-punk Jenny grew up listening to in the Canadian prairies. Their new EP, "He Earns Enough," was released on Lost Map Records in 2021.

Moore founded the alternative feminst choir F*Choir, composing and arranging for the diverse group of singers using non-gendered voice parts, graphic scores, no auditions to create highly energetic, rhythmic and political music. She's played in bands like the dance-punk trio Charismatic Megafauna and Bas Jan, committed to DIY and collective processes towards making and distributing music, workshops, artworks and performances. She has a monthly radio show on Soho Radio called 'Hitting Things,' and co-founded Bedfellows, a queer feminist sex education project.

Moore was the first artist in residence at Borealis festival for experimental music in Bergen, Norway in 2019-20 and has performed at The Future is Female, Chapter Arts, Cardiff, Park Nights at the Serpentine Gallery with BBC Late Junction, Supernormal festival, and has been commissioned by the National Girls Youth Choir, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, Camden Arts Centre, Arnolfini Bristol, CCA Glasgow and various DIY artist led spaces in London and abroad. She lives in London with her queer family who also make up her long-term collaborators, lovers, friends.