St. Paul's Boy Choir
Tuesday, July 2 | 5pm Eucharist
St. Paul's Choir School, Harvard Square, was founded in 1963, and is modelled on the English Choir School. The boys' primary duties are singing in St. Paul's Church. The boys attend classically conceived academic lessons during the day, as well as a rich offering of extra-curricular activities. The boys combine with professional adult singers at the weekends and on Feast Days. The boys' repertoire encompasses most of the treble Mass repertoire, as well as numerous works for treble voices. The musical bedrock of their liturgical singing is Gregorian Chant, and the founder of the school, Dr. Theodore Marier was recognised as an expert in the Solesmes school of Chant. The Choir School is for boys in grades three to eight, and auditions boys at any time throughout the year.