All-City Boychoir Festival

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On Saturday, February 25th, the Cincinnati Boychoir will present the first-annual All-City Boychoir Festival. Boys from first through eighth grade from all over the Cincinnati area will spend the morning rehearsing music, learning music theory, and getting to know each other with fun music-based games and activities. At 1:00pm the Festival Choir, in addition to […]

Boychoir Announces 2011-2012 Season

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Cincinnati Boychoir announces 2011-2012 Concert Season; highlights include Handel’s Messiah with Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, & the 2012 World Choir Games competition. Choir-In-Residence at Christ Church Cathedral 2011-2012 Concert Season | Cincinnati Sings! The 2011-2012 season of the Cincinnati Boychoir will focus on the Queen City and the wonderful tradition of choral music that continues here. […]

Boychoir appoints Director of Education & Outreach

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The Cincinnati Boychoir is pleased to announce the appointment of KellyAnn Nelson to the position of Director of Education & Outreach. Over the next two years, the Cincinnati Boychoir will be implementing a new curriculum and outreach program to better serve the needs of the greater Cincinnati community, and Ms. Nelson will be spearheading this […]

Boychoir Receives $60,000 Grant for Education

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The Cincinnati Boychoir has received a $60,000, two-year grant from The Greater Cincinnati Foundation for the purpose of enhancing the musical organization’s education program. For more than forty-five years, the Cincinnati Boychoir has presented top-notch musical performances both in the Queen City and around the world, including collaborations with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati May […]

Christopher Eanes interviewed on 'Around Cincinnati'

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WVXU, Cincinnati’s public radio station, recently aired an interview with Christopher Eanes, artistic director of the Boychoir. The interview covered the current drive to reconnect with Boychoir alumni, as well as participation in the World Choir Games in 2012 and the musical program for next season. Click here to listen to the whole interview.

Boychoir enters World Choir Games

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We are officially in! The Cincinnati Boychoir will be entering two choirs in the World Choir Games, which will take place in Cincinnati in July 2012. The first eight choirs from the region to register were announced at a press event Thursday morning at Music Hall. In today’s feature on the event, Janelle Gelfand from […]

Tickets on sale now for Sing Me To Freedom

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Sing Me To Freedom The treble choirs of the Cincinnati Boychoir Experience the songs that have provided spiritual release and celebration for oppressed peoples; this multimedia concert will explore the richness of music that came from the tragedy of the Holocaust, and centuries of African-American slavery. Featuring works by John Taverner, Andrè Thomas, and local […]

A Salute To Our Troops

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This weekend, the Men’s Glee Club will be presenting their first-ever full concert program! The concert, entitled “A Salute To Our Troops”, will feature American music, and all proceeds will be split between the Boychoir and the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. It will be a short program – less than an hour – and I […]

Partner Plug: Cincinnati Black Theatre Company

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You know him from his Emmy® Award-nominated performance as the heroic adult Kunta Kinta in the ground-breaking mini-series Roots, and as James Evans, the indestructible father from the hit television sitcom Good Times. You were delighted by his hilarious performance opposite Eddie Murphy in the box office blockbuster, Coming to America. Whether he was performing […]

Record Ticket Sales Posted Last Weekend

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The Boychoir posted record ticket sales for their subscription concerts this past weekend, which included a performance of the first part of Handel’s Messiah. Over 1,000 tickets were sold for the two performances. While not everyone was able to make the Sunday performance (which took place in a snowstorm!), nearly 400 patrons braved the weather […]