The County Boys Choir and Warwickshire Choristers are an accomplished group which brings together enthusiastic boy singers between the ages of c. 8 to 14 to perform and experience a wide range of repertoire, demonstrating the unique vocal quality of boys’ voices.
The choir was launched in March 2008 at a concert supported by the renowned boys’ choir of New College Oxford. About 130 boys rehearse each week across the county, coming together for major events and singing days, and singing at prestigious venues.
Warwickshire County Choristers consists of eighty of the more experienced members of the County Boys. They gave their first performance at the Butterworth Hall in November 2009 and have gained a growing reputation as a high quality boy treble group singing demanding music in up to four parts.
The Choristers have been selected for the finals of the National Festival of Music for Youth at Symphony Hall for the last three years - last year they won a major award. In December 2010 they were one of six choirs in the Grand Final of the BBC Choir of the Year at the Royal Festival Hall. The boys have also toured France and Belgium, produced two CDs and appeared on radio and TV. They won an award in the Cornwall International Male Voice Festival 2011, and in Summer 2011 were featured guests at the National Conference of British Choral Directors. Last Christmas they sang at Birmingham Town Hall as guests of the renowned Canoldir Male Voice Choir.
For more information, please visit the County Choristers website
or contact Garry Jones on 07763 757191.