“The Cincinnati Boychoir, under the direction of Christopher Eanes, is an outstanding cultural asset to Cincinnati’s rich musical life. I have had the pleasure of collaborating with them in the context of the 2010 May Festival and look forward to working together with them again in the future”

– James Conlon, Music Director-Cincinnati May Festival; Music Director-Los Angeles Opera

“…truly angelic…”

 – Music in Cincinnati

“Cincinnati Boychoir is not just any children’s choir”

– Cincinnati Enquirer

“I’m not sure I can tell you how much the Boychoir means to me and what it’s done for my sons in so many ways.  They’ve learned music, discipline, organizational skills, social skills, travel skills, and most of all pride.  When Sean started out, at the age of 9, he had just learned so many things that he couldn’t do (physically and academically) and so to be able to sing and sing well was a huge boost to his self-confidence, which he needed so badly.  And now of course he wants to make music be part of his career.

“When Ryan started, I told him he didn’t have to join, I didn’t want him to do it just because Sean was in it, but he wanted to.  Sort of.  That first year I couldn’t tell if he was “into it” or not.  He LOVES it now.  And now in the position I’m in with the choir, I hear from parents the same things: their son is so disciplined, their son is so glad to have friends in the Boychoir who are “just like them”, their son loves to sing etc.  And of course the music training they get here can’t be beat.”

– Heather Lally, parent of Sean & Ryan

“I new I had a square peg son, that was unique and quirky.  But I like his corners the best!  The Boychoir, the staff, Dr. Mock, and especially you gave my son a place to shine and be himself, as well as, teach him how stand up straight, focus, and work as a team.  I will be forever grateful for this opportunity and honor.”

– Cheryl Walsh, parent of Spencer