Could your child be a York Minster Chorister?

York Minster Choristers


Do you know a child who loves singing and enjoys making music? York Minster and St Peter’s School are looking for children currently in Year 3 to join York Minster Choir from September 2021. There are 40 girl and boy choristers who collectively sing at eight services each week as part of the world-class York Minster Choir.

What it means to be a York Minster chorister

York Minster chorister


Here are ten reasons why you should consider this life-changing opportunity for your child:

– Choristers are educated at St Peter’s School, one of the country’s leading independent schools and The Sunday Times North Independent School of the Year 2019.

– Choristers develop a lifelong love of music and become proficient musicians.

– Choristers can discover their talents in music, academics, culture and sports thanks to the extensive co-curricular programme at St Peter’s.

– Choristers sing in one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals each day.

– The choristers are part of a 1,000-year-old tradition of church music. The shared heritage between St Peter’s and York Minster can be traced back to 627AD!

– Choristers make friends for life as a result of their shared experiences.

– Choristers are confident, resilient, organised, focused and excellent team players.

– Being a chorister can transform a child’s prospects in life beyond school.

– Fees are subsidised by the Dean and Chapter of York Minster, with a minimum subsidy of 60%.

– “I love being a chorister. I love the music and the services, and I feel calm when I sing” (Lola, current chorister)

For more information please visit https://www.stpetersyork.org.uk/york-minster-choristers

This is a promoted post from our friends at St Peter’s School, York

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