Jane Money: (617) 825-0674 Melissa Graham (617) 265-2700
Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates):
Tuition-based training sessions for nine choruses take place in the Dorchester and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods of Boston, MA.
After school and on Saturdays during school year.
Offices are open all year around.
Boston City Singers provides comprehensive music training to children and youth in Boston’s inner city and neighboring communities. BCS believes that by exploring the world of singing, their singers develop stronger leadership and teamwork skills, experience the power of self-esteem and self-discipline, and enjoy the beauty of artistic expression.
Boston City Singers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Boston City Singers
17 Waldeck Street (office address only)
All Saints Church - Ashmont - Dorchester Rehearsal location
209 Ashmont Street
Massachusetts Cultural Council
Boston Cultural Council
Community Music Center of Boston
Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures:
For an auditions, training sessions and rehearsal schedules, please call Jane Money, Founder, Artistic and Education Director at 617-825-0674.
Please call Melissa Graham for tuition information, concert schedules, donations, sponsorships, to hire Boston City Singers to perform at your next event or administrative matters.
Key Programs Offered:
Kodály Singing Classes, Neighborhood Training Choruses, Concert Chorus II, and Concert Chorus.
BCS inspires and trains the artist, student, and ambassador within each child!
Boston City Singers teaches over 350 inspiring young singers in nine choruses. Most BCS singers are boys and girls (ages 4-18) from Boston‘s underserved neighborhoods. BCS accepts new k-12 students with varying musical abilities; offers a sliding scale tuition. Over 80% of members require substantial scholarship support to participate. Boston City Singers uses a distinctive curriculum that trains children as young as four years old to learn to sing well. Each singer progresses through several levels: Kodály Singing Class, Neighborhood Training Chorus, Concert Chorus II, and Concert Chorus. The singers learn about diverse communities and cultures by performing an extensive repertoire including gospel music, international folk music, opera, jazz, and medieval chant.