The French Boys Choir
The concert, which included music of the 16th century, Handel’s “Hallelujah,” Gounod’s “Ava Maria” and works from French folklores, began at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 7th.
The choir is comprised of 20 boys between the ages of 10 to 18, the group has been singing and traveling in France and all over the world for 65 years.
Conducted by François Olivier, who is also the Titular of the Choir Organ at the St. Eustache at Paris, the choir gives young boys a special life experience through singing and group life.
Traveling in various countries also gives them the opportunity to discover different cultures. While on the road, their time is spent performing concerts, taping television shows,
taking singing lessons, touring foreign locales and participating in the liturgy.