What is a choir in a church?
Choir, in architecture, area of a church designed to accommodate the liturgical singers, located in the chancel, between the nave and the altar. In some churches the choir is separated from the nave by an ornamental partition called a choir screen, or more frequently by a choir rail.
What is singing called in church?
Originally Answered: what do you call a church singer? In the evangelical tradition one might refer to a church singer as a “chorister” or “soloist”. In more liturgical traditions, such as Episcopalian, you might hear someone referred to as a “chorister” or a “cantor”.
How do you discipline a choir member?
3 quick tips for better choir discipline.
- Give your singers some designated chatter time.
- Use silence as a powerful tool to get silence.
- Get everyone to sing everything in rehearsals.
What is a choir member called?
A chorister is either a member or the leader of a choir. Any organized group of singers can be called a chorus or choir, and anyone who belongs to the group is a chorister. This term is more common when talking about boys or girls who sing in choirs (along with the alternatives choirboy and choirgirl).