The Minnesota Boychoir, through inspirational music and performance, develops exceptional character and musical ability in boys of many backgrounds. We nurture boys to find their voice and become leaders of the next generation.
Founded in 1962, the Minnesota Boychoir is the oldest boy choir in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metropolitan area. The Boychoir’s reputation for excellence has brought invitations from local and national music conventions as well as sporting events, local theater productions and touring Broadway companies. The Boychoir has performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Minnesota Opera, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, the Prague Philharmonic, Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio….and a long list of local and national performers.
As seen in this video herewith…..the Minnesota Boychoir sings O Canada and The Star Spangled Banner at the start of the 1985 MLB All Star Game in the Minnesota Metrodome, home of the Minnesota Twins.