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Congratulations Alan Hamilton

Former chorister Alan Hamilton received a two year contract to work with the Stuttgart Staatsoper, one of Europe’s leading Opera Houses which forms part of the Stuttgart State Theatre (Staatstheater Stuttgart) a three-branch-theatre complex (opera, playhouse and ballet) and represents the largest theatre of its kind in Europe. The opera house itself, formerly known locally […]

Board of Directors’ President, Helen Currier honored with highest nursing award

Helen Currier, BSN, RN, CNN, CNEP, director of Renal and Pheresis Services at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston was awarded the prestigious Barbara Prowant Lifetime Achievement Award in Nephrology Nursing during the 32nd Annual Dialysis Conference held on February 25-28 in San Antonio, Texas. The award recognizes nephrology nurses who have made significant contributions to […]

La vie à pleines dents (to bite life with all of one’s teeth) Hope Stone Dance teams with Houston Boychoir, Mercury Baroque Orchestra

Jane Weiner’s acclaimed Hope Stone Dance Company premieres her newest work, la vie à pleines dents, with live music performed by Mercury Baroque, one of the nation’s leading period instrument orchestras. Also joining in this magical evening is the award-winning Houston Boychoir, under the direction of Carole Nelson. Hope Stone Dance overtakes a 10,000 square-foot […]

A Boy and his Spoon!

You can imagine that with 50 years of singing boys, there are many traditions in Houston Boychoir.  The most honorable award is the Singing Boy of the year, but my personal favorite is the Spoon Award. One of the fun things about being in Houston Boychoir  [are] that we have many opportunities to eat out; […]

A Boy Does a Man’s Work

Once In Royal David’s City, a traditional solo for a boy to sing during the Christmas season. Houston Boychoir featured two boys at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston. St. Martin’s is the largest Episcopal Parish in the United States and the architecture is that of a gothic cathedral in the french style. It is […]

It’s still a boy’s voice!

Singing in the Houston Boychoir is really fun because we get to go to all these cool places to perform. For instance, just since September we’ve sung at several weddings and toured to Austin. What I am REALLY thinking when I perform when I sing, I have no feelings of stage fright. As I sing, […]

A Boy’s Perspective

Singing in a Boychoir means having a sense of maturity, yet still having a sense of fun. It requires a balance of focus and a sense of humor and knowing when, is the appropriate time for each. I have to admit, sometimes during rehearsal my mind dozes off into space. However, when I am on […]

Houston Boychoir, The Ultimate Wedding Choir

Just returned from the 3rd wedding of our season. What do boys learn from this experience? They learn a lot about people and how they celebrate events. They learn about giving joy and receiving joy from giving. They travel in a motor coach limousine. They learn to cooperate with each other. They learn that they […]

Giving Thanks

A week off for boys and directors gives us time to celebrate. Teachers who support Houston Boychoir by believing in their boys who love music and trusting enough to refer. We thank you, we know how hard you work and we are partners. Thank you for keeping the music playing on! Christ the King Lutheran […]