A CHORISTERSHIPIN NEW COLLEGEgi a musical education for lifeEach September four or five seven-year-old boysstart as choristers in New College Choir, andbegin an extraordinary musical and educationaljourney. Six years later they leave as expertmusicians. They sing in concerts across the world,record CDs, and take part in choral services inOxford's grandest medieval chapel. Parents ofterask how an 'ordinary' small boy is transformedinto a musician of professional standard, whilestill being a normal' school boy! The answeris in the quality of the musical education thechoristers receiveCHORISTERS follow our specialist musicprogramme, developed by the choir directorROBERT QUINNEY, with choir and schoolstaff. The choristers learn singing teachingtheory, and general musicianshipBy learning from those around them, they areencouraged to sing as individuals, and developtheir own potential as well as contributing tothe group. The excitement and challenge ofperforming different music each day builds aconfidence to achieve high standards which iscarried over into all aspects of their school livesSinging such a wide variety of music in chapeland on the concert platform opens the dooronto musical world which will stay with themthroughout their lives and enlarges theiremotional landscapes in ways which are soimportant to developing young adultsNEXT CHORISTERAUDITIONSTuesday 16 January 2018For boys in Year 2For more information please visitwww.newcollegechoir.conmor contactnancy-jane.rucker@new.ox.ac.ukNew College School open morning onSaturday 14 October 10.00-12.00www.newcollegeschool.org

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A CHORISTERSHIP IN NEW COLLEGE gi a musical education for life Each September four or five seven-year-old boys start as choristers in New College Choir, and begin an extraordinary musical and educational journey. Six years later they leave as expert musicians. They sing in concerts across the world, record CDs, and take part in choral services in Oxford's grandest medieval chapel. Parents ofter ask how an 'ordinary' small boy is transformed into a musician of professional standard, while still being a normal' school boy! The answer is in the quality of the musical education the choristers receive CHORISTERS follow our specialist music programme, developed by the choir director ROBERT QUINNEY, with choir and school staff. The choristers learn singing teaching theory, and general musicianship By learning from those around them, they are encouraged to sing as individuals, and develop their own potential as well as contributing to the group. The excitement and challenge of performing different music each day builds a confidence to achieve high standards which is carried over into all aspects of their school lives Singing such a wide variety of music in chapel and on the concert platform opens the door onto musical world which will stay with them throughout their lives and enlarges their emotional landscapes in ways which are so important to developing young adults NEXT CHORISTER AUDITIONS Tuesday 16 January 2018 For boys in Year 2 For more information please visit www.newcollegechoir.conm or contact nancy-jane.rucker@new.ox.ac.uk New College School open morning on Saturday 14 October 10.00-12.00 www.newcollegeschool.org

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