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chorister

a singer in a choir, esp a choirboy
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Choristers are urgently needed at Paisley's oldest church.
Zachariya Ido, a Senior Pastor of Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) and 14 other choristers in Kaduna State have pegged the ransom to N15m.
Speaking after a sponsored walk organised by Mighty Choristers Gospel Choir in Mochudi recently, Ms Seleke said no one could do business alone, hence the need to partner with the right people that would help one advance their dream.
LOUGHBOROUGH Male Voice Choir teamed up with Loughborough University choristers to perform in the Christmas Tree Festival concert in Loughborough Parish Church.
may be a threat to this tradition, and English boy choristers as young
FOUR young choir boys have taken their place as choristers in Chester Cathedral's world-renowned choir.
Among them, performing popular tunes like Brandenburg Concerto No.2 and the Magnificat, will be eight to 13-year-old choristers being given their first chance by Durham County Council's BRASS Festival to perform a work of this scale.
But his loving daughter Dawn Roderick feared she might not be able to arrange it when she struggled to find a group of available choristers.
The open evening on Friday, July 8, begins at 5.15pm, and parents and children will be able to hear the choir sing evensong, and watch a presentation on life as a chorister, followed by a question and answer session with current cathedral choristers.
The needs of transgender choristers are rarely examined, and this can lead to real but invisible hardships for those singers--hardships that should be made visible.
THE Boy Choristers of Coventry Cathedral Choir are to perform with Aled Jones MBE next Friday.