What: A one-day festival for boys with unchanged voices who love to sing, who have found their singing voices and who have some choral experience
When: Saturday, January 27, 2018 | 9:00 am to 4:00pm pm (2:30 pm concert)
Where: First Presbyterian Church in Germantown (KSB rehearsal home) 35 W. Chelten Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Who: Hosted by the Keystone State Boychoir (KSB) and New Jersey Boychoir, led by Steven M. Fisher, Artistic Director
Why: The boys will spend the day singing great music with other boys. When a boy sings with a mass choir of two hundred boys, it is empowering beyond words. Such an experience builds his esteem as a male singer and will motivate him to keep singing in his current choirs and in choirs throughout his life. The Boychoir Festival will culminate with a concert that will feature the Festival Choir and the world-renowned Keystone State Boychoir and New Jersey Boychoir. Families and friends are welcome to attend.
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