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Welsh First Minister Rhodri Morgan and Northern Ireland First Minister David Trimble took seats close together in a choir stall.
They include the burnt base choir stalls and the original floor.
There is a new stage and choir stalls while the auditorium has been re-decorated.
The Rev Andrew James said: "We have got lovely choir stalls at St Peter's but no choir.
Janacek's Sinfonietta also had an element of theatre with a dozen brass players - 12 trumpets, bass trumpets and euphoniums - high in the choir stalls blazing out fanfares resoundingly across the hall.
Meanwhile in Dorchester Abbey, Oxfordshire, new choir stalls by Philip Koomen, and dedicated in 2012, have recently been awarded the prestigious bespoke Guild Mark by the Livery Company of the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers, which represents Britain's Furniture Industry.
It provided the carving for the choir stalls, screens and bishop's throne in the re-ordering of the interior of St Nicholas's Church after it became a cathedral in 1882.
The fully-gowned choristers, led by Solihull School chapel organist and choirmaster Oliver Walker, rehearsed in the cathedral's Song School before taking their places in the choir stalls.
And yesterday the voices of the four Wearside rockers echoed through the hallowed cloisters of the cathedral as they showcased one of the songs, Beeswing, in front of the choir stalls as astonished Japanese tourists and wide-eyed choristers looked on.
Today, the pulpit, choir stalls and pews are gone, but Sunday attendance is up--on average to 125 from 85.
Southampton/London: See the carved, canopied choir stalls of the almost 1000 year-old Winchester Cathedral , once the seat of Anglo-Saxon and Norman royal power.