Thursday, October 9, 2014
The Golden Gate Boys Choir is currently holding Auditions!
Auditions! No experience is necessary.
Just a Love for Singing and a Heart for Music!
We welcome membersip inquiries throughout the year.
Boys and parents are invited to make a personal audition
appointment with the director.
Boys ranging in age from 6 to 12 years old or boys
with changed voices from 13 to 18 years old are
accepted into the Golden Gate Boys Choir for a
probationary three-month period. This time
gives him and his family a chance to see the
level of commitment and benefits of membership.
Rehearsals for Apprentices are held once a week
plus an additional once a month all-choir rehearsal.
Minnesingers and Master Singers attend two rehearsals
a week plus the monthly all-choir rehearsal.
The Golden Gate Boys Choir is a member of Pueri Cantores USA and
Pueri Cantores International, the official choral music association of the
Roman Catholic Church for boy~, girl~ and children's choirs throughout the world.
We are a regional Catholic Boys Choir, which draws many of our member
boys and families from parochial and private Catholic Schools. However, boys of any
denomination are welcome as choir members, keeping in mind that we sing
liturgical music for Masses and other liturgical events, Christmas Carols and
other religious music, as well as folk songs, selections from Broadway musicals
and patriotic pieces. Pueri Cantores International states that anyone
who is willing to "sing to the world of God's peace" through music is a
welcome collaborator in our efforts to praise God, provide inspiration and
offer an excellent music education to our members.
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