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a singer in a choir

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40pm concert, which marks the end of the Durham landmark's term-long training programme, will see 200 pupils from eight different primary schools join forces with the cathedral choristers and music team.
With choristers spanning six decades, the chorus will also see three generations of chorister performing together - many from the same family.
92-year-old chorister, Douglas |Radley singing with the U3A choir at their rehearsal at Gledholt Methodist Church JS*58704565
Anne, who joined the RAF in 1990 and has served in Iraq and Afghanistan, has teamed up with Flight Lieutenant Matt Little, Abby Scott and Canterbury Cathedral chorister and Radio 2's Young Chorister OF THE Year finalist William Inscoe, 12, to record the track.
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
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.
Led by head girl chorister Catherine Pemberton, 12, the girls recently became the first-ever girls to join the cathedral choir in 600 years.
Young singers are needed at Coventry Cathedral and anyone interested is invited to give life as a chorister a trial run on Saturday.
It is a huge achievement in itself to be chosen to be part of this infamous chorister group but to cope with a disease, which affects the lungs and the digestive system, at the same time takes complete determination.
A chorister does need a "first-rate voice," says COC chorusmaster Gary Wedow.
On November 17, seven to 10-year-olds with a passion for singing are being invited to audition to become one of Durham Cathedral's famous choristers, which involves joining The Chorister School ,where they will board and have lessons.
On November 17, seven to 10-year-olds are in with a chance of becoming one of Durham Cathedral's famous Choristers and joining The Chorister School where they will board and have lessons.
At the event, Christ Church singer Sophie Kaye will be presented with the Dean's Chorister Award.
Choir tours are an important part of the experience of being a chorister at the Cathedral," said Canon Precentor, the Rev Canon Dr David Stone.
Two examples - one of the choristers, Charlie Price, reached the finals of the BBC Young Chorister of the Year competition, and last week Robert Quinney, presently Director of Music at Peterborough Cathedral (formerly Sub Organist at Westminster Abbey playing for the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) gave a superb performance on the new Nicholson organ to a packed audience.