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the musical director of a choir

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Philip Wills, the organist and choirmaster, terrified me but was still a huge inspiration - three of us choirboys went on to be Fellows of the Royal College of Organists
During his years as a pupil at Moseley Grammar School Andrew assisted his music master, Barry Draycott, as organist and choirmaster at the Church of the Ascension, Hall Green, and later at St Bartholomew's, Wednesbury.
I moved back to Birmingham in anticipation but unfortunately that job fell through, so I set up a private teaching practice with the help of friends, was appointed organist and choirmaster at St Peter's, Hall Green and stayed there for eight years, working with the inspirational Rev Roy Brookstein.
Another difficulty is that there are not enough qualified choirmasters.
The most important Czech choir, which works with leading international musicians, has been directed now for three years by the surprisingly young choirmaster and conductor LUKAS VASILEK.
Not long ago a German choirmaster asked me, "Do you feel comfortable with your choir?
As a choirmaster of a top choir you work with the world's leading conductors.
CHOIRMASTERS, clowns and comedians pay at least pounds 200 more for car insurance than teachers, ministers or biologists.
Let all those helter-skelter celebrants, all those clergy who recite endless petitions in the last strophe of mattins, all those choirmasters who fill every silence with ancient chants ponder the conclusion of Carlyle's paragraph when he states: "Silence is deep as eternity; speech as shallow as Time.