All-City Boychoir Festival

Hundreds of boys from around the tri-state join in song!

Boys have fun playing musical games at the Cincinnati BoychoirJoin us for our Hispanic-music-themed 9th annual festival on Saturday, February 8, 2020, at P&G Hall in the Aronoff Center for the Arts from 12:30 pm – 6 pm. All attendees receive a free t-shirt and snacks. Don’t miss the festival’s free showcase concert at 5 pm.

Music teachers, we’ve got something for you as well. See below for details about this year’s workshop where you can earn .3 CEU’s of professional development credit.

Best of all? It’s FREE for all participants!

Registration for the Eighth Annual All-City Boychoir Festival closes on February 1, 2020, so don’t delay.

For the Boys

Boys in 1st – 12th grade participate in one of three tracks – primary (kindergarten through 2nd grade), treble (3rd – 8th grade unchanged voices) and changed/changing (5th – 12th grades with changed or changing voices). No need to prepare anything in advance. The day ends with a rousing performance in the fabulous 2,000-seat P&G Hall at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.

12:30 pm – Registration in the lobby of the Procter & Gamble Hall
1–4:30 pm – Rehearsals and snacks
5 pm – FREE Showcase Concert

Register here

For the Teachers


Are you – or do you know – an amazing music educator who is interested in learning more about great programming ideas that align with the Spanish speaking world? Come and take part in a FREE professional development workshop (.3 CEU’s, 1–4 pm). No need to prepare any material in advance.

Participating teachers will also receive materials, ideas, and access to the Cincinnati Boychoir’s choral lending library.

12:30 pm – Registration in the lobby of the Procter & Gamble Hall
1 pm to 4 pm
– Workshop at Aronoff Center for the Arts (includes some observation time of the Festival rehearsals)
5 pm  – FREE Showcase Concert

(CEU certificates issued onsite at the conclusion of the event)

Register here

Generous support provided by the Louise Dieterle Nippert Musical Arts Fund, the Charles H. Dater Foundation, Graeters, and the Cincinnati Arts Association.