The American Boychoir has been a cultural institution of the United States since it's founding as the Columbus Boychoir in 1937 and represents a long history of shared values and has prepared generations of boys to succeed in the world as ambassadors for the greater good through music. During its 80-year history the American Boychoir has taught discipline and responsibility towards one’s talent to many young men. Through this experience, they have been equipped to succeed in many areas of life.
Recognized as a “National Treasure” we are seeking to preserve the American Boychoir’s important place in music history. Conceived during a time when the arts were championed by few to ensure it reached the many, supported by endowments for the arts, philanthropists, and generous donation this fine institution enriched people's lives with the gift of music for decades.
Boys who have attended the American Boychoir have sung for heads of state, performed in renowned venues, toured the world extensively, recorded albums, worked with famous artists, and worked in television & film, building a foundation of self-reliance for their future.
At a turning point in its history the American Boychoir is seeking to secure its archives and build itself into the new millennium. As times have changed and the opportunity to become more diverse to reflect a more socially conscious world through song is being presented.