12 September, 2023
Unique voices of boys choir set to sing in Atherton
THE National Boys Choir of Australia will perform at an unmissable concert in Atherton this Sunday.
The NBCA will visit Destiny Hall, Atherton, on 17 September from 3pm, the group will then perform at Cairns, St Monica’s Cathedral on 18 September.
Based in Melbourne, the group tours every year, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
The boys have some of the finest young voices in the country, and they’ve been described as an extraordinary musical treat. Their performance shouldn’t be missed and is sure to delight everyone who hears them.
Founded in 1964, NBCA has established itself as one of Australia’s finest treble choirs and supports boys who love to sing. Boys develop a strong, healthy vocal technique, build their musicianship skills, a sense of teamwork and respect, in a friendly professional atmosphere.
The choir is made up of 200 boys aged between 7 and 15 years and choristers start with a two-year training period before graduating to the Performing Choir. Choristers are trained in the traditional bel canto style. For almost 60 years, the NBCA has been inspiring boys in their love of singing by providing excellent vocal and musical training, and outstanding performance opportunities both here and overseas.
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