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Pacific Boychoir to sing here

One of the world's top boy choirs will make a stop here for the first time on their Asian tour

Published on Jun 30, 2014 7:17 PM
Gift of music: The 51 Pacific Boychoir boys will bring their diverse repertoire to Singapore. -- PHOTO: PACIFIC BOYCHOIR ACADEMY

The boys of the Pacific Boychoir Academy have travelled around the world to sing at prestigious events and venues, and will be making their first visit to Singapore.

They will be holding a performance on July 20 at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and members of the public are invited to enjoy the rich and diverse sound of the award-winning choir.

Singing on this tour are 51 boys aged 10 to 18. There will also be two university students who were formerly in the choir and now sing and serve as chaperones.

The Pacific Boychoir Academy was founded in 1998 in Oakland, California, by artistic director Kevin Fox.

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Where: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

When: July 20, 6pm

Admission: Free