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Posted: Sunday, August 29, 2010 7:30 pm | Updated: 4:02 pm, Thu Jul 19, 2012.

Auditions for the Phoenix Boys Choir will take place on Saturdays Sept. 11, Sept. 25, Oct. 16 and Nov. 13 at 1131 E. Missouri Ave. Auditions are open to boys beginning at age 7 for the first two choir levels -Training and Cadet. Boys will be a part of one of America's largest and most prestigious choirs and will join 60 years of excellence, earn a sophisticated musical education, learn multi-cultural music and make lifetime friendships.

Eligible boys should possess an unchanged, clear and pleasant singing voice and a good "ear" for music. Previous choir experience is not required, and there is no need to prepare audition material. Families will be informed immediately after the audition if the boy is accepted and at which choir level he will begin. Boys selected to join the choirs will be invited to become active members of the choir directly following their acceptance. Scholarships and financial aid for tuition and other costs are available.

Interested parents should call (602) 264-5328, ext. 21 to schedule an audition appointment. During the audition, parents and potential members will have the opportunity to observe a typical rehearsal and talk with current parents and choir alumni. Time will also be available to review the program and have questions answered.

For more information, visit www.phoenixboyschoir.org or call (602) 264-5328.

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