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Keep Ragazzi Singing

Celebrate the holidays with Ragazzi in Magnificent Wonders!

Tickets for our holiday concert are on sale now!

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Get in the holiday spirit at our Winter Recital!

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Ragazzi Stars in the Nutcracker!

New Ballet's yearly favorite, The San Jose Nutcracker, will feature Ragazzi singers this December!

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Singing with the SF Symphony Again!

Ragazzi is honored to have been selected to sing the Britten War Requiem with the San Francisco Symphony!

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Our 2022-2023 Season

After a triumphant and joyous return to singing in person, Ragazzi is looking forward to restoring traditions and growing our chorus during our 2022-23 season. We will continue to monitor state and local guidelines as we craft our programming and concerts. During fall 2022, we are excited to continue to sing in-person with all fully vaccinated boys.

Click "learn more" below for more about our programming or contact us for more information. Learn more.

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Upcoming Performances

Dec 10 | 1:00 PM

Winter Recital 2022

First United Methodist Church Palo Alto | 625 Hamilton Ave. | Palo Alto, CA 94301

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Learn the art of singing in a fun and supportive environment

Positive learning

With their peers, boys work and compete toward the same goals. Our model provides an even playing field that celebrates musicianship.

Our programs

Music appreciation

We cover vocal training, ensemble singing, music theory, movement and showmanship. We train well-rounded singing musicians.


Lifetime skills

Ragazzi instills self-confidence and cooperation, helping our boys develop into young men of character and distinction.


“…fully professional in performance quality, a stunning treat to hear.
"Jue’s conducting, emphasizing emotional expressiveness in the music, was a major contribution to the impressive result."

David Bratman, The San Mateo Daily Journal