Bernstein MASS

Sons of CSO Musicians to Perform in May Festival Presentation of Bernstein’s “MASS”

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The Cincinnati Boychoir is delighted to announce that Nicholas Astafiev-Holmes and Mischa Sella, members of its elite touring ensemble the Ambassadors, will perform as soloists, accompanied by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO), during the May Festival’s production of Leonard Bernstein’s “MASS.” Both young men are seasoned performers. Eleven-year-old Mischa has been a member of the […]

Two opportunities to see the Boychoir this weekend

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The Boychoir has a busy weekend! On Sunday morning, the Cincinnati Boychoir Training Choir will participate in the Sunday service music at Christ Church Cathedral, where the Boychoir serves as Choir-In-Residence. John & Bonnie Spain will direct the Training Choir, and the Cathedral’s choir will be directed by Stephan Casurella. When: Sunday, November 14 | […]

Boychoir in the Enquirer

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Janelle Gelfand, the Cincinnati Enquirer’s senior music critic, sat down several weeks ago with Boychoir Artistic Director Christopher Eanes to chat about what’s new at CBC, and what we can look forward to in the future. The article ran today (Friday, April 30). Click here to read. Concerts this weekend will take place: Saturday, May […]

Happy Birthday Cincinnati Boychoir!

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This Saturday, the Cincinnati Boychoir will celebrate the 45th anniversary of its first rehearsal! Robert McSpadden, a Music Supervisor in the Cincinnati Public School, founded the group in 1965 as the All City Boys’ Choir; three boys from each public school were recommended to the choir, “chosen on the basis of citizenship and character as […]

Winter Wrap-Up

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December was a busy month for the young men of the Cincinnati Boychoir; in total, the boys appeared a total of nine times over three weekends – twice a day in some cases! The season began with the Cincinnati May Festival’s annual Carolfest celebration at Music Hall; the choir was introduced by the May Festival […]