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CHATTANOOGA BOYS CHOIR

The Chattanooga Boys Choir was founded in 1954 and remains the oldest boychoir in the southeastern United States. The music performance and education organization includes over 140 boys in five different ensembles, representing over forty public, private, and parochial schools from across the Chattanooga area. The choir has presented concerts in forty states and in twenty foreign countries across five continents. From performing sacred masterworks in the great cathedrals of Europe to singing the national anthem at the White House, the choir represents the community as Chattanooga's “Ambassadors of Goodwill”. Members of the Chattanooga Boys Choir have collaborated with many well-known artists and ensembles to provide the boys and the community with unmatched performance opportunities. Performances of the CBC for choir and orchestra include John Rutter's Mass of the Children, Mozart's Regina Coeli, Clausen's Garden of Beauty, Thompson's Place of the Blest, Hardyk's I Never Saw Another Butterfly, and opera productions ofPuccini's Tosca and Humperdinck's Hänsel und Gretel.

For more information visit www.chattanoogaboyschoir.org

DECEMBER 2008


Role: Choir 
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