The Temple Church Choir are holding their next audition date on Saturday 7th November, 2020. Auditions are made in arrangement with Elisabeth Munns at the church’s music office.
The Director of Music is always pleased to meet prospective choristers (from the age of seven) and their parents at any time during the year. The audition process for a choristership is informal and you can find out more by submitting the form below. Please remember that we are looking for potential and not the finished article.
A chorister’s life at Temple is busy but fulfilling and very rewarding. The benefits include:
- a cathedral-style education whilst living at home with his family
- a musical training second to none (practical and theory tuition)
- the development of life skills, such as time management, team work, consideration, self-discipline and responsibility
- becoming part of a team, striving for musical excellence alongside some of the finest adult musicians in London
- making many friends
- becoming an heir to a tradition that has its roots in the twelfth century
First Things First
Boys start their time in the choir as pre-probationers and probationers, a period when they learn to be choristers. Each boy is given individual singing and musicianship lessons from our first-class singing teacher and musical staff, and is taught music theory and performance in small groups. After a reasonable period, he will be put on contract and become a full chorister.
The choristers rehearse most days after school and come together for services, concerts, broadcasts and recordings. The choir has even toured to Brazil,USA, the Netherlands, Singapore, Australia and Germany. Treblesome, the Choristers’ first-ever solo recording, is now available. Please click here to order.
Choristers enjoy many social occasions – trips, parties and other social events – and make lasting friends.
Once on contract, Choristers receive a generous scholarship to the City of London School for Boys. Although most boys attend the City of London School, the scholarship can in fact be used at any school of the parents’ choosing, subject to selection by the chosen school.