Acclaimed in America and throughout the world for its unique talent, discipline and youthful enthusiasm, the Singing Boys of Pennsylvania,  founded as the Pocono Boy Singers, performed year round including Christmas and summers. The company of young artists – aged 10 to 14 – was selected from the ranks of the organization’s training choir.

Performing a demanding repertoire spanning centuries from chant to contemporary works, programs frequently include sacred and secular classics, selections from opera and musical theatre, and a rich assortment of American folk music with choreography. This scrubbed family format is fast-moving and has been enthusiastically received by audiences on both sides of the Atlantic, throughout Japan,as well as by critics who have applauded the choir’s imaginative and versatile programming. The remarkable proficiency which the choir brings to performances has been demonstrated in more than 3000 recitals in 48 of the American states, all the prefectures of Japan, England, Holland, Canada, Mexico, and Wales.