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At this blessed time of year, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra typically turns to more populist symphonic fare to help ensure a healthy box office amid the rival seasonal flurries of caroling choristers and dancing sugarplums.
One of the play’s most brilliant moments comes when a chorister steps forward to seek clarification from the pastor on several pressing points.
And the Met choristers were terrific, both the men in the sailors’ songs and the women in the spinning room scene.
An accomplished pianist, organist and chorister, Beaudoin led the adult choir at the church for more than two decades.
Emma Watson delivers her melodies purely, demurely, and cleanly on the note, like a chorister, but that is not enough.
By the fourth year, most of the choristers can hit notes with confidence.
The young choristers were directed by Anne Tomlinson and the L.A. Chorus directed by Grant Gershon.
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