Awakening Concert

The Phoenix Boys Choir presents first concert of its 73rd season

The Phoenix Boys Choir shares its first concert of its 73rd Season, Awakening, on Oct. 24. Delivered virtually and free to the community, the choir shares music designed to respond to the current challenges while continuing high performance standards and vocal quality of the boy’s beautiful voices. 

Awakening highlights music which educates the boys and the community on current events, but more critically, serves as a call to humanity to think of the issues that plague the world. 

As a community asset, the Phoenix Boys Choir, like most fellow arts and culture organizations, has been negatively impacted by the pandemic and recession. Since the doors to in-person rehearsals closed March 13, the choir has focused on adapting the program with new platforms and technologies to continue to provide an engaging and impactful music education program. 

During the past seven months, the Phoenix Boys Choir provided the community with a free online Memorial Day concert, produced several virtual choir songs, offered two online music camps and created a virtual music theory course open to the public. The choir is committed to  surviving this pandemic and coming out stronger. 


Awakening

Oct. 24

For a registration link, visit boyschoir.dojiggy.io/awakening or text Awakening to 833-755-6550.

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