Puget Sound’s Premier Choir For Young Singers
The Northwest Boychoir’s musical sophistication, rich tonal quality, dedication to exacting perfection, and extensive performance schedule have established its reputation as one of the nation’s premier children's choirs. Its 150 members, ages 6-13, represent 115 diverse public and private schools in King County. For nearly 40 years, the Northwest Choirs has trained thousands of young singers and more significantly, shaped the lives of its members by teaching important lessons in personal commitment, and the value of teamwork and diligence.
Led by Joseph Crnko, now in his 29th year as music director, the Choir’s staff of professional musicians and educators are engaged in the teaching of a rigorous curriculum that trains young singers to be fully-skilled musicians who sing at the highest professional level, read music fluently and perform in professional settings with confidence.
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What They Are Saying
“We are so grateful for all the opportunities and experiences Northwest Boychoir has provided for Noah. He sees himself as a musician and chorister. It has been a wonderful thing as a parent to be a part of – to see your child fulfilling their passion. He truly loves being a part of Northwest Boychoir.”
“Having been involved with music performance and education for many years, I have never come across a music educational system for children such as this. Our family is very grateful and impressed with the professional, high caliber staff. I must add that being involved with Northwest Choirs is just plain fun, too!“
"It is a great to be at a place where singing is cool for the boys."
“The education Northwest Choirs provides goes beyond the mechanics of learning music theory and its application. They learn the significance and background of the pieces they perform, which is important from historical preservation and cultural perspectives. They also learn discipline, teamwork, and perseverance...and developing these important life skills is a phenomenal experience.”
“Nothing beats watching the transition in your child from singing, Wheels on the Bus to performing at Benaroya Hall.”