Leading choir seeks singers;In brief

19th February 1999 at 00:00
The Royal School of Church Music is looking for 36 singers aged between 16 and 23 to form a new youth choir to mark the millennium. The school, an association of some 5,000 affiliated church choirs around the world, has appointed Martin Neary, the organist sacked by Westminster Abbey for financial irregularities, to act as a consultant. Auditions will be held in early September.

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