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Cathedral Girl Choristers

The Washington National Cathedral Girl Choristers have completed three seasons of musical and liturgical leadership at the Cathedral, each one busier than the previous, and are a select group of singers drawn from grades 7 through 12 at the National Cathedral School for Girls. The girls’ responsibilities at the Cathedral include two mid-week Evensongs and two services on alternating Sundays. Since its founding in the fall of 1997, the Girl Choristers have sung in an all-Vivaldi concert at the Kennedy Center, performed on the Christmas Day program on CBS This Morning and on the Cathedral Choral Society’s Joy of Christmas concert, hosted and sung with the girls’ choirs of Wells and Salisbury Cathedrals and sung concerts and services in Memphis, New Haven and England. Their first recording, The Sound of Angels, made in 1998, features music from the Episcopal Church’s supplemental hymnal, Love and Praise.