Alumni reflect on 100 years of Saint Thomas Choir School

A wonderful write-up by Egan Millard at the Episcopal News Service:

“That means the students’ experience is marked by intense and disciplined immersion in the rich Anglican choral tradition, singing at least five services a week in the church, as well as international tours, concerts with symphonies and unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Thomas Carroll (class of 1988, and the son of a 1945 graduate) remembers singing the world premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Requiem Mass at St. Thomas Church in 1985 with Plácido Domingo and Sarah Brightman.”

Read “As the only choir boarding school in America turns 100, alumni reflect on its lasting influence” at Episcopal News Service.org