- $10 for one general admission ticket (up to $16.75 value)
Georgia Boy Choir Festival Grand Finale
"Non Nobis Domine" at the 2013 Georgia Boy Choir Festival
- The Georgia Boy Choir: a multi-part ensemble comprised of five different choirs, each representing boys of various ages and practice
- Who’s Singing: all five choirs finish out the Festival, joined by even more choirs from around the country
- Behind the Baton: Artistic Director David R. White and Associate Conductor Scott Atchison
Georgia Boy Choir
It's never too early to start making music. That's one of the core values at Georgia Boy Choir, an organization that encourages children as young as five years old to raise their voices, and provides them opportunities to harmonize through high school. Along the way, youngsters are continually motivated to strive for excellence. The choir's five-tier system, for example, helps participants continually develop their skills, such as music theory, sight-singing, and good posture. And they put their learning into practice during frequent performances. The Concert Choir—the group's hallmark ensemble—travels throughout the Atlanta region during the year, then swims across the pond to locales as far-flung as England's Oxford and Wells Cathedrals. Past tours have included the St. Paul's Cathedral in London, Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, and Helsinki Cathedral, as well as performances in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Spain, and Portugal, with upcoming performances scheduled throughout Scotland and Ireland. Stateside, the boys have even performed at New York's prestigious Carnegie Hall. They also join voices with singers from across the country at their Annual Georgia Boy Choir Festival and Grand Finale Concert, an event that welcomes vocalists of all experience levels. Open auditions are held throughout the year, and now is a good time to try out, as the choir was recently invited to sing for the Pope in 2019.