Georgia Boy CHoir thrills audiences on u.s. Tour

Atlanta, Georgia May 31, 2016 - The Georgia Boy Choir returned from their annual National Tour with performances at the Baltimore Boychoir Festival and the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

Last weekend the Georgia Boy Choir left Atlanta with over 50 choristers to participate in the 17th Annual Baltimore Boychoir Festival. The Georgia Boy Choir's own David R. White was featured as the festival's guest conductor this year, leading over 250 young singers from around the country through an intensive weekend of rehearsals. The Festival concluded at the Maryland State Boychoir Center for the Performing Arts with a concert showcasing the Georgia Boy Choir and other participating choirs in individual performances before joining together as one mass choir under the baton of David R. White. Following their performance with the Festival, the Georgia Boy Choir travelled to Washington D.C. for their debut performance at the National Cathedral. Performing an entirely a cappella program, the choristers took full advantage of the superior acoustics of the Cathedral and delighted the tourists and locals in attendance. 

The conclusion of the Georgia Boy Choir's national tour marks the beginning of their international touring season. On Thursday, June 2nd, the Georgia Boy Choir will depart for an 18-day tour of Spain and Portugal with performances in major cathedrals, palaces, and halls in Madrid, Lisbon, Santiago de Compostela, Oviedo, Covadonga, Zaragoza, Monserrat, Mallorca, and Barcelona.

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God So Loved the World, National Cathedral

The Vagabond, Baltimore BoyChoir Festival