Minnesota Boychoir Annual Spring Concert!


By jpjanze - Posted on 02 June 2011

The Minnesota Boychoir, pictured here, will present their Annual Spring Concert on Saturday, June 4.  Click here for all of the details about this wonderful program and choir.

The Minnesota Boychoir, founded in 1962, is the oldest boychoir in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metropolitan area. The Boychoir's reputation for excellence has brought invitations from local and national music conventions, as well as sporting events and touring Broadway companies. The Boychoir has performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Minnesota Opera, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, the Prague Philharmonic, Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio, and a long list of local and national performers. This season, our choirboys will be featured in three different collaborations with the Minnesota Orchestra (A Scandinavian Christmas, Jingle Bell Doc and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana), have first-time appearance with the Great Northern Union Chorus, and will perform Mahler's Symphony #3 with the University of Minnesota Orchestra and Chorus. The choir's schedule also includes national and international tours. Past tours have thrilled audiences in twelve states and on five continents. Three years ago in celebration of our 45th Anniversary Season, our boys headlined the World Voices Australia International Choral Festival at Sydney's famed Opera House. This summer to kickoff our 50th Anniversary Season, we travel to Milan, Venice, Florence and Rome, Italy.