The North Carolina Boys Choir and Girls Choir educate and train girls and boys in the art of performing the finest music in the choral tradition.  Through musical training and choral experiences, the girls and boys develop an appreciation of a wide range of choral literature. They gain self-confidence and poise, develop leadership and teamwork skills, and acquire self-discipline and self-respect. They bond with other girls and boys who share their love of music.  Founded by Bill Graham in 1972 as the Durham Boys Choir, the North Carolina Boys Choir and Girls Choir have been directed by Robert Unger and David Cole since 2014.  A Chamber Choir of tenors and basses was added in 1992; the Girls Choir was started in 2011.The mission of the North Carolina Boys Choir is to develop, enhance, and instill character, insight, cultural awareness, respect and self-discipline, and a love for music by direct exposure and involvement in the boychoir art form. We will achieve these goals through dedication, hard work, and a commitment to excellence and the ideals of the great State of North Carolina and beyond.

 

  Robert Unger, Musical Director
          David Cole, Assistant Director/Accompanist

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The Burlington Boys Choir was founded in 1959 by Miss Eva Wiseman. During our fifty eight-year history, hundreds of boys have been educated in great sacred and classical music and in etiquette and discipline.  The choristers range in age from nine to sixteen years old and are drawn from the private and public schools in the Burlington area. Boys are chosen for their musical ability and for their maturity, discipline, and high academic standing.  The choir has traveled extensively both at home and abroad including numerous trips to Europe and four invitations to the White House. They have appeared with the Greensboro and Winston-Salem Symphonies. In 2013 they sang the east-coast premier of “The Human Spirit” by Gerard Schwarz with the Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Schwarz.

 

William Allred, Director
       Woodson Faulkner, Vocal Coach/Accompanist

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