Established in 2009, the Georgia Boy Choir has quickly gained a reputation as one of the finest Choirs of its kind.  Known for the transcendent beauty of their singing and powerful, nuanced musical interpretation, the Choir has garnered an impressive international fan base through its many performance videos on YouTube which have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of listeners in more than 170 countries all around the world. Operating on a five-tier music education system, the Choir serves more than 90 boys and young men from all around the metropolitan Atlanta region.

The Georgia Boy Choir’s schedule is growing increasingly full. Each year the Choir gives 20 – 30 performances, such as weddings, church services, recitals and concerts, and official State functions at various venues throughout Atlanta, including many at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church where they are the Ensemble-In-Residence.

In the summer of 2010 the Choir embarked on its first international tour, delighting thousands throughout the country of China. In 2011 they traveled to England where they were the Choir-In-Residence at both Wells Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford. Summer 2012 saw the boys and young men in Scandinavia where they performed in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Estonia.  In the summer of 2013 they gave their Carnegie Hall debut giving a solo performance and performing John Rutter’s Mass For The Children under the direction of Conductor Eric Knapp, before embarking on a tour of Upstate New York and New England. Just recently they returned to England where they served as the Choir-In-Residence at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. The summer of 2015 will see them return to China where they took their very first tour, to host an international children's choir festival.

The Georgia Boy Choir recently released its first CD, God Bless Us Every One, which can be purchased at most of their performances or online at cdbaby.com/georgiaboychoir.

For more information about the Georgia Boy Choir, please visit www.GeorgiaBoyChoir.org