Brothers Sing On! Festival Impresses Crowd

 By Lisa MooreHometown Weekly Correspondent On Sunday afternoon, Wellesley High presented Brother’s Sing On!, an all-male a cappella festival hosted by the Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus. Former Wellesley resident Linus Travers is the Compere or master of ceremony for Saengerfest concerts and kept the afternoon running smoothly, introducing each group and providing insight into the…

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BCS Fellas Brothers Sing On

The Bradford Wellesley High School Student News Publication Sunday’s program featured a culminating combined set that included all the singers from Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus, Boston City Singer Fellas, the high school’s Men’s Chorus, and the Yale Wiffenpoofs. (Matt Lieberman ’16) “Brothers in song, sing on” was just one the many lyrics sung on Sunday…

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Boston City Singers selected as a grantee of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Arts innovation and Management Program

[Dorchester] — SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 — Boston City Singers today announced that it is a grantee recipient of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Arts Innovation and Management (AIM) program. Through the two-year initiative, Bloomberg Philanthropies is providing $30 million across 262 small and mid-sized nonprofit cultural organizations around the country to help strengthen their operational and programming efforts, including…

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The Power of Yes by Beverly Beckham: Boston Globe

From left: Cheryl Jost, Marybeth Curtis Kelly, Sheila Fahey, Ann Kenneally Ryan, and Maryjo Welch rehearse for “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Very Far from the Tree.” Saying ‘yes’ has made all the difference BOSTON.COM By Beverly Beckham JUNE 04, 2015 Apparently I was saying “no” too much. “No, thank you.” “No, not today.” “No, I’m…

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“A Place for Us”, for All Ages

DORCHESTER, MA (May 13, 2015)—On Friday, May 8, the sounds of voices young and old filled the hallowed Faneuil Hall as the Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus and the Boston City Singers Tour Choir came together to celebrate spring through song. The 60 male voices of Saengerfest and Boston City Singers teens are an unlikely duo,…

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Boston City Singers Walks for Peace

DORCHESTER, MA (May 12, 2015)—On Sunday, May 10, the Boston City Singers Neighborhood Training Choruses came together to support the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute’s annual Mother’s Day Walk for Peace. The young singers from the Dorchester and Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Training Choruses, ages 7-11, sang two pieces at the beginning of the Walk in…

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Boston Conservatory Women’s Chorus, Boston City Singers “The Bard Sings”

New Music Box | May 12, 2015by William RoseliepSeully Hall, Boston Conservatory Like many cities, Boston has a diversity problem in its classical scene. There are too few people of color in orchestras, especially considering Boston is a majority-minority city. The problem isn’t just racial or ethnic underrepresentation, but social, economic, and geographic divisions, too.…

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Boston City Singers in a Beautiful Spring Sing

DORCHESTER, MA (May 11, 2015)—On Saturday, May 9, over 100 of Boston City Singers’ youngest singers came together at Hope Central Church in Jamaica Plain to sing for friends and family at the annual Spring Concert. The event celebrated the end of a music-filled year for the singers, ages 4-11. Led by Ms. Wendy Silverberg,…

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Boston City Singers Tour Choir Competing on “Sing That Thing!”

The Boston City Singers Tour Choir will be featured on the premiere episode of the new WGBH singing competition Sing That Thing!  Check out this article from the Boston Globe about the series, and learn more about the Tour Choir’s involvement HERE! Be sure to tune in to Channel 2 at 8pm on Friday, April 17th to cheer us…

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