Texas boys choir plays free Revy concert in June

'The Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas combines the freshness and enthusiasm of childhood with artistic maturity, breathing vitality into challenging music that ranges from classical selections to folk music.'

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The Fort Bend Boys Choir will perform at the Revelstoke United Church on June 15. Photo contributed

A renowned boys choir from Texas will be performing a free concert at the Revelstoke United Church on June 15.

William R. Adams founded the award-winning Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas Inc. 36 years ago. Since then, the ensemble has performed for three U.S. Presidents, received an Addy Award, and was nominated for a National Emmy. The Tour Choir, one of five performing ensembles, has traveled to twenty-three U.S. states and has gained recognition on their ten international performing tours. Highlights of their international success include the group’s 30th anniversary tour to France in 2012 and their 35th anniversary tour to Switzerland.

The Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas combines the freshness and enthusiasm of childhood with artistic maturity, breathing vitality into challenging music that ranges from classical selections to folk music. They are consistently praised for their broad musical range and finesse of complex arrangements.

To read more on The Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas, visit their website at www.fbbctx.org.

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