Damian Fowler writes for Listen Magazine about “a particular kind of education” found at the Choir School:
“After rehearsal the boys attend classes, which include English, science, French, math, art and, of course, Individual music lessons. (Most of the boys play a musical instrument, too.) The boys also have a good amount of time to play sports and run around the gym or Central Park, which is a block away. But come 4:00 p.m., Tuesday to Thursday, the boys walk two-by-two down the street to Saint Thomas Church, don their scarlet cassocks and become choirboys singing Evensong with the full choir.”
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