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Members come from all walks of life, and although there are auditions for solo performance, there are no auditions required for choral membership.
Instead of limiting himself to a DJ, and the usual spare hip-hop instrumentation, Chance employed a choral quartet, a trumpeter, and an all-purpose digital keyboardist.
Call is out for actors: Actors are needed for two upcoming events: Spirits of the Past auditions will take place on July 12 at the Medina County Administration Building, 144 N. Broadway in the Haddad Theater choral room.
At 10:30 a.m., there will be a choral Holy Eucharist with sermon and musical works that honor the nation’s day of independence.
One of the most forward-looking fine arts organizations in town, the Crossing has made the unassuming Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill a cutting-edge choral venue that most major cities simply don’t have.
Serenade, a choral festival produced and presented each summer since 2011 by Classical Movements, will celebrate the Kennedy centennial and the Peace Corps this year by showcasing 16 choirs from a dozen countries.
Multimedia choral cinema presentation of the founding, expansion, and refinement of America.
What is the long-term artistic vision for America’s oldest choral festival?
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Origin and Etymology of choral
French or Medieval Latin; French choral, from Medieval Latin choralis, from Latin chorus
First Known Use: 1587See Words from the same year
CHORAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of choral for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a choir or chorus : sung by a choir or chorus
CHORAL Defined for Kids
Definition of choral for Students
: of or relating to a choir or chorus choral music
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