Chorister trio from St Mary’s Church in Hitchin singing for joy after winning silver and bronze medals
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Three young choristers from a Hitchin church received silver and bronze medals on Sunday after passing ‘Voice for Life’ singing exams.
The 11-year-old trio from St Mary’s Church were roundly applauded when they received their medals in front of the congregation during the main Sunday service.
James Watson received a silver bishop’s medal and a commendation in the Royal School of Church Music diocesan area exams.
Rosie Morgan-Males and Amelia Ryden each won bronze dean’s medals, as well as a commendation and a high commendation respectively.
St Mary’s music director Alan Childs said: “We are very proud of our singers’ achievements in these awards, which are taken by choristers across the UK.
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“St Mary’s has a history of success in these exams and I am delighted that our young singers are maintaining this record.”
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