choir school

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a school that is part of a cathedral or monastery where boys with singing ability can receive a general education

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Although records are incomplete, it is believed that Llandaff has had a choir school of some kind since the ninth century, and for the last 127 years the voices of the choristers have been accompanied by the cathedral organ, dedicated in 1880.
Runnymede is the pounds 4,500- a-year preparatory school attached to St Edward's College, the choir school for the Metropolitan Cathedral.
It's full circle for Max, who began his career as a chorister at St George's Church at Brockholes and at the age of eight won a place at St Paul's Cathedral Choir School in London.
They are a tribute to the excellence of choir school training.
Peter became one of the 20 or so youngsters who sang at the royal couple's special day after he was sent to London for voice trials and won a place in the Abbey choir school.
Andy, born in Houghton-le-Spring in 1973, joined Durham Cathedral Choir School on a musical scholarship before studying medicine at Magdalen College, Oxford.
After the hearing Mrs Thomson-Jones, who is in her 40s and teaches music at Ampleforth College and Ripon Choir School as well as holding private lessons in her home, said the attack had left her deeply shocked.
I am surprised that the Choir School would even want to go anywhere near controversy, let alone jump in head first.
JOHN GUMMER: Sons Benedict, 19, and Felix, 15, St John's College Choir School, Cambridge, daughters Leonara, 14, state secondary and Cordelia, 10, state primary.
As the choir school to Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral, St John's College provides the boy and girl choristers (ages 8-18) and other musicians for its weekly services, live radio broadcasts on BBC Radio 4, two annual concerts at St David's Hall, and concert tours in Continental Europe.
An experienced headmistress was unfairly ousted from a cathedral choir school after a wave of 'lynch mob' pressure that was 'riddled with sexism from top to bottom', an employment tribunal was told.
The girl choristers will attend the cathedral choir school, St Edward's College, in Sandfield Park, Liverpool, alongside the boys of the choir, and will receive the same academic and musical opportunities.
30pm on Tuesday when the 18 cathedral choirs will be joined by more than 200 pupils from Liverpool schools and musicians from St Edward's College, the Metropolitan Cathedral Choir School, and Manchester's Chetham's School ofMusic.
The children are members of the Magnificat Academy and Choir School in Warren, which sang during the service.
Andy, who was born in 1973, joined Durham Cathedral Choir School before studying medicine at Magdalen College, Oxford.