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Princeton Boychoir Celebrates 5th Anniversary with World Premiere


Princeton Boychoir’s fifth anniversary season will culminate with a gala concert, Brothers, Sing On! Saturday, May 14. Audiences will hear selections from all three choirs that make up the region’s premier training and performance choir for boys.

The highlight of the evening will be the world premiere of a newly commissioned choral work by nationally and internationally renowned conductor and composer Rollo Dilworth. A new arrangement of the spiritual Ev’rything’s Gonna Be Alright, the piece truly captures the feelings of hope the choir feels moving forward out of the pandemic and into the future of this exciting organization.

This anniversary season has been marked with milestones from appearing with Michael Bublé in his 2021 NBC special, Christmas in the City to a return to in-person concerts for the first time in 18 months. This summer the choir will make their international debut, performing concerts in Prague and Vienna under the baton of Dr. Dilworth and Princeton Boychoir Music Director Fred Meads.

Tickets are available for Brothers, Sing On! and more information about Princeton Boychoir can be found at WestrickMusic.org/Boychoir.

The Boychoir is a program of Westrick Music Academy, home to Princeton Boychoir, Princeton Girlchoir, and other music education programming for musicians from kindergarten through adulthood. The choirs are currently scheduling auditions for the 2022-2023 season of the Boychoir and Girlchoir. To learn more or schedule your audition, please visit WestrickMusic.org/Auditions.

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