chorister chorister


  • (n) a singer in a choir


  1. By the time she entered junior college she was a chorister in productions of Verdi's Requiem, Bach's B-Minor Mass.
  2. At a piano rehearsal for Boccanegra, a chorister who stepped in front of the hero received a genial tongue lashing.
  3. Sister Despina says that the choristerpatron saint of Spanish choirboysnever existed, and that the first documented reference to him dates only from 1587.


  • St. Nicholas Choristers in Del Mar seeks new voices

    The St. Nicholas Chorister program, part of the music program at Del Mar’s St Peter’s Episcopal Church, will begin its new season this Sept. 4. Since many local schools have cut or drastically reduced their existing music programs, the Chorister program is perfect for those who would like solid music instruction and to develop lifelong music and leadership skills.
    on August 6, 2013     Source: Del Mar Times


  • "Having been a chorister here at St David's Church for more than 10 years, I am thrilled to see the improvements made by the new lighting," said Katherine. "The church was already a focal point of the town and it can now expand its role in...
    on Sep 16, 2009 By: Katherine Jenkins Source: South Wales Evening Post

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