chorister

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chorister

a singer in a choir, esp a choirboy
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H "Over 100 choristers from across the world and spanning six decades of the choir's history have already registered to take part in the unique landmark performance.
e choir, which recently celebrated its second birthday, is a registered charity and in order to look smart at concerts they perform at and competitions the choristers want a uniform.
Many of our chorister go on to enjoy successful careers in music, be it in the choral world or in the pop music industry - like Harvey from Harvey and the Wall Bangers, for instance
The Pennine Singers, an all-female choir based in Waverley House, Huddersfield, is holding an open evening on Thursday, June 19, to give would-be choristers the chance to find out if they'd like to become singers.
The choristers from the Warwick Road independent school were invited back to sing at St Paul's after making their debut there last year on the day Justin Welby was confirmed as Archbishop of Canterbury.
Liverpool has been a pioneer in fostering an early interest in first-class music, choral and instrumental, by means of the schoolroom and one notable feature of the mass rehearsal was the attentiveness of the choristers who practically filled the hall, during the violin solos of Miss Kathleen Daly.
Brett Maguire will be master of ceremonies, and participants include choristers from First Baptist Church, First Unitarian Church, Holy Family Parish, Trinity Lutheran Church, United Congregational Church and Wesley United Methodist Church; the Salisbury Belles Handbell Choir; and organists Will Sherwood, Lucia Clemente Falco, William Ness and John Weit.
But chorister Matthew Mudge said: "It's insulting to expect members of the choir to sing for less money than they are entitled to.
Choristers Eschoir performed the Welsh national anthem and the Stereophonics hit Have A Nice Day outside Mr Bramhall's house.
David Poulter, the cathedral's director of music, says: "As well as learning about music and how to improve your singing skills, being a chorister is so much more.
Dickon Stainer, president of Decca Records Group, said: "Today marks the start of Girl Power for choristers.
To hear the music in the cathedral and to join in with the other choristers sends a tingle down my spine