Ben Inman, 12 from Yorkshire, was picked from the Southwell Minster in Nottinghamshire, directed by Paul Hale, to be a member of "The Choirboys". "We've been given our own personal hair stylist and clothes stylist and we've all got new haircuts," said Ben. "Mine was really choirboyish before but now it's ruffled up and it looks cool."
Ben also recorded the solo treble vocal for James Newton-Howard's score accompanying the death scene of King Kong in the movie of the same name released December, 2005. Ben's fabulous voice can also be heard regularly with the Southwell Minster Choir, where he is Head Chorister.
Southwell Minster ChoirBen Inman A promotional DVD about Southwell Minster Choir giving prospective choristers and their parents a ‘behind the scenes’ taste of life as a cathedral chorister.
The 15-minute DVD has been produced by choir parents Emma and Quentin Rayner, who followed the choristers over the past year filming the musical, social and educational aspects of their lives. The DVD includes interviews with the choristers and their parents, Aled Jones, with the Dean of Southwell, the Bishop of Southwell & Nottingham and with former choirboy-star Aled Jones. It also gives an insight into the academic education that choristers receive at the Minster school. The choir’s celebrity chorister, Ben Inman, who is a member of The Choirboys band, is also featured on the DVD, talking about his experiences in the past year.