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A report on Andrew Swait prior to his appearance at this year’s Classical Brits, where he will be performing with Sarah Brightman.
Will Dutton performing You Raise Me Up on BBC1’s Songs of Praise.
William Dutton talking about his part in The Magic Flute, as well as the National Children's Orchestra, in which he plays the violin, and his fund-raising performances for the NCO's forthcoming tour to Ischia and Rome.
TV interview with Andrew Swait just prior to his unexpected trip to China to sing to the International Olympic Committee.
An interview with Andrew Swait on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, on 7th November 2007.
Andrew performed on April 23rd at the Presidential Villa in Beijing to an audience consisting of the IOC and a private list of dignitaries from around the world.
The event was to celebrate Samsung's signing of its sponsorship deal for the Beijing games. Andrew was to represent their image of the games as embodied by Saint-Exupéry's Little Prince: Peace, Unification and Dreams.
He was asked to do the concert at the last moment and had only three days to prepare for the trip and performance!
William Dutton on BBC1's Songs of Praise, singing Panis Angelicus with Emma Whiteley, fellow BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year 2006.
The promotional video for the Choirboys Christmas 2007 album - our first flavour of the Carols Album and of three new Choirboys: William Dutton, Bill Goss and Andrew Swait.
The Choirboys perform Let There Be Peace On Earth in Lincoln Cathedral.
Although not broadcast until now, this was actually recorded on 25/11/05, on the same occasion as their performance, with Hayley Westenra, of Do You Hear What I Hear, which formed part of the Christmas edition of Songs Of Praise.
A fan video of Ben singing at the Music In The Great Hall concert at Southwell Minster.
The first part of this Southwell Minster promotional video, which aims to recruit boys to the Minster Choir.
In this installment, we learn about the everyday working life of Ben Inman and his fellow choristers, and hear the attributes which are sought in a potential choirboy.
This, the second part of the promotional video from Southwell Minster, focuses on their star chorister (now Head Chorister) Ben and his fame through the Choirboys.
This instalment of Southwell Minster’s promotional DVD focuses on the Minster School and ‘JD’, its unique Junior Department.
In this, the penultimate part of the Southwell Minster promotional video, we see the important social side of chorister life.
The final instalment from the Southwell Minster Choir promotional DVD. Message to parents: “Give it a go. You could be denying your child something that will set them up for the rest of their life.”
See The Choirboys at work and at play in this report by German Choirboys fan Ric on the Ely May Day concert.
The report includes exclusive footage of the boys warming up in the morning in the Choirhouse, as well as the afternoons rehearsals in the Cathedral and the boys having a kick around (not while wearing those suits!) between the rehearsals and the evening concert.
The boys speaking Japanese - or, at least, trying to!
This may well become one of those classic Choirboys clips and was, of course, made during their February 2006 promotional visit to Japan.
The Choirboys singing Panis Angelicus on Welsh-language TV station S4C. No, they don’t sing it in Welsh, although we do hear Aled introduce them in his mother tongue.
Special thanks to Bev from the Aled Jones forum, who videoed this and kindly agreed to lend us her tape, and to Todd for doing the electronic capture.
A report on The Choirboys’ bid for the Christmas No.1, focusing on Ben, from the local news programme for ITV Yorkshire.
The first of two instalments of clips from the boys’ appearance on the ITV1 and CITV weekend morning kids’ show, Toonattik. The phrase ‘from the sublime to the ridiculous’ comes to mind.
What did one toilet say to the other? If you don’t know, watch this clip in which CJ is crowned King of Comedy.
A report from the lunchtime bulletin on Ben recording his part for the King Kong soundtrack.
A report from the early-evening bulletin on Ben recording his part for the King Kong soundtrack.
An excellent report on Patrick, CJ and The Kings School, Ely.
Not much to say about this video, except that its very, very, very cool. Ow!
One of a series looking at schools with a bit of a difference, this report is about the Minster School in Southwell.
The Minster School, I think, is unique in this country, in that, although the Minster's choir school, it is in the state sector and is basically a high school with a junior department for the younger choristers and other muscially gifted children.
By the way, have you ever had a penguin round for tea?
Another very early news appearance by The Choirboys on this iconic BBC children's news programme.
Reporter Lizo gives a report on the boys and interviews them in Ely Cathedral.
Another early September news appearance. A short introductory film, followed by a valiant attempt at interviewing Patrick and CJ. (This should have been with all three boys, but Ben was held up in traffic.)
A report on the lunchtime news.
A longer version of the same report from the early evening edition of the programme - Psalm boys have all the luck . . .
(Oh, and the wind instrument Ben plays is, in fact, a tenor horn.)
Ben’s interview on BBC Radio Nottingham Breakfast about his retirement as a treble and his plans for the furture.
A fan recording of a CJ solo from this ‘gruelling’ Arthur Wills setting.
A fan recording of a CJ solo of the first verse of this Christmas favourite.
From BBC Radio 3’s live Choral Evensong from Southwell Minster. Ben Inman is the treble soloist.
A fan recording of a solo by Ben Inman at the launch concert of this years Music In The Great Hall series at Southwell Minster.
Another fan recording of a solo by Ben Inman at the launch concert of this year’s Music In The Great Hall series at Southwell Minster.
Ben Inman and Paul Hale (Southwells Rector Chori) doing an interview to promote last Sundays Southwell Minster concert.
Although a short part from the middle of this interview is missing, Ben's contribution, at the beginning and the end, is complete.
A fan recording of the world premiere of this piece written especially for the boys by John Rutter and performed at Ely Cathedral, May Day 2006.
The recording itself is obviously of variable quality due the circumstances in which it was made, but it will give fans an idea of this new piece. Unforunately the first few seconds are missing in this recording.
This is the second of the songs they performed.
This is the third of the four songs they performed.
Panis Angelicus - the show’s finale.