Jonathan Ansell: "Hmm - that's a difficult question! I think a choir needs to be, in my eyes, at least 10. Otherwise it's a vocal ensemble I guess. From 10 upwards the sky's the limit really!"
Stephen Bowman: "You've got to have more than one person per part; otherwise it's just a quartet like ourselves. Realistically it's a group thing - it's got to be a large group of people. Obviously what we've seen in this show is that it doesn't matter if it's a very large choir or a very small choir – the effect is the same - it's people working together to create one harmony, one wall of sound. The smaller groups have shown that you can do it with only 12 people, and sometimes they've made more noise than the groups with 50 people!"
Mike Brewer: "One??! What a difficult question! When I conduct the National Youth Choir of 130, I can say that it is a chamber choir but a big one... Also a dozen people singing in parts I can say is a choir. But it's a self-definition, it's just a word - it just means people singing together to me... Although if it's only one person it's much easier to blend!!"
Sharon D. Clarke: "Gosh! Well in the programme we've got choirs as little as 10, and then in some there are 50! As long as you can make a sound that is choral, as opposed to backing vocals, I think you can be a choir!"
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