Last Sunday, Truro Cathedral Choir’s two boy probationers, Archie and John, were made up as choristers and admitted fully into the choir. They have been in a period of training since last September, learning the routines, getting to know the music and developing their music theory.
During their admission at the Sunday morning service, they were given their white surplices to wear, which signifies their full admittance into the choir. They also signed the register of choristers, which every chorister has signed, dating back to the late 1800s. Many congratulations to Archie and John.
Photo credit: Martin Jeffers