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Do you have a boy who loves to sing?
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Honoring Joyce Keil
Help us honor Joyce as she steps down
from Ragazzi after over 30 years.
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A Grammy-Award-winning chorus in the heart of Silicon Valley
Ragazzi is the largest boys chorus in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have rehearsal locations in Redwood City, San Mateo, and Palo Alto. Our internationally recognized program has over 30 years of experience educating boys from ages 5–18. We offer a complete curriculum that takes boys through ascending levels of vocal skills, music theory, and choral instruction. A deep commitment to artistic excellence gives boys a wide range of performance opportunities. Learn more.
"Count On Me"
"Count On Me"
Check out our latest virtual choir projects
We're so proud of all the great music our choristers have continued to make, even while they can't be together in person. Check out their videos:
Watch a video about our remote learning programs. You'll see why NPR's Morning Edition, the San Jose Mercury News, KQED, Chorus America, KALW ,and the San Francisco Classical Voice have all praised our successes with remote learning. Learn more.
Learn the art of singing in a fun and supportive environment
With their peers, boys work and compete toward the same goals. Our all-boy model provides an even playing field that celebrates musicianship.Our Programs
We cover vocal training, ensemble singing, music theory, movement and showmanship. We train well-rounded singing musicians.Watch & Listen
Ragazzi instills self-confidence and cooperation, helping our boys develop into young men of character and distinction.Book an Audition
Friday’s performance was... alluring...vigorous but soft-grained...In the tender middle movement, [the Ragazzi Boys Chorus] boy soprano ... floated a solo line as pure and clear as a millstream.
Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle