The Bromley Boy Singers
The Bromley Boy Singers was founded in 1977 by Brian Lamble and soon established a reputation for the quality, variety and enthusiasm of its performances and education programme.
The choir has performed in Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Centre, St.Martin-in-the-Fields, in Canterbury and Southwark cathedrals, Cambridge University, Notre Dame (Paris) and The Menin gate (Belgium) among other prestigious venues in the UK and in Europe.
Over the years, the boys have toured in Provence, the Netherlands, Malta and in England.
Recent tours have brought them to Cornwall, Paris and Belgium.
They won the prestigious ‘John Langdon Award for Youth Choirs‘ at the Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival in 2015.
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Music and the voice are explored via quick-learn material, rounds, part songs and games. Boys leave Training Choir with an open throat and a basic understanding of music theory.
Detailed vocal technique and more complex repertoire are explored, along with performance skills. Boys leave Intrepid Choir with an understanding of their own instrument and the beginnings of how to work within an ensemble.
As the public face of The Bromley Boy Singers, boys perform to a professional level. Boys will experience high profile concerts, solo opportunities, workshops… and much more. We work hard and we play hard.
VISTRA is our changed voices section of The Bromley Boy Singers. This group supports the Concert Choir at all performances, tours and workshops. Individuals from this special chamber ensemble often go on to pursue careers in music.
VISTRA experiences more advanced workshops from guest voice specialists such as Mary King.
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