Once a part of the Raleigh Boychoir, always a member. Boychoir alumni are welcomed back to perform with the choir or just stop by for a visit like Anoop Desai did on a break from his American Idol appearances.
More than chorus! The Raleigh Boychoir provides a musical education based on recognized standards for training young boys voices. Our choristers are consistently chosen for State Honors Chorus and often land parts in city theatrical and opera performances.
The Raleigh Boychoir is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that educates and trains boys in the art of singing, to perform the finest music in the boychoir tradition, to contribute to the greater Raleigh musical life, and to enhance North Carolina’s cultural reputation. The Raleigh Boychoir experience develops character, leadership, and a strong commitment to excellence.
Tours, camps and friendships! The Raleigh Boychoir offers an enriching experience for all boys and memories to last a life time!
The Raleigh Boychoir has been a fixture in the Triangle’s and the state’s arts community through concerts, tours and musical partnerships with the N.C. Symphony, N.C. Master Choral, N.C. Raleigh Symphony and others.
Burning Coal Theatre Company and the Raleigh Boychoir will present Civil Rights Through Song: A Choral History of Raleigh Through the Civil Rights Era, a performance celebrating the Civil Rights Movement.
March 13-23, 2014.
7:30 pm Thursday-Saturday, and 2:00 pm Sunday.
Sunday, March 16th is “Pay What You Can Day”.
Auditions are open to seven to eleven year old boys regardless of race, color, or creed. Boys who are invited to join the choir, usually enter the Training Choir, one of three levels of the Raleigh Boychoir. New boys are allowed to participate in a trial period of a month before committing to a semester based tuition. Please call the Centre to register for the auditions (919) 881-9259. All auditions are held at the Raleigh Boychoir Centre from 4:30 – 5:30 pm.Read more
|The Raleigh Boychoir is funded in part by the City of Raleigh based on recommendations of the Raleigh Arts Commission and also by the United Arts Council of Raleigh & Wake County.|