One more chance to hear our holiday concert!

Join us at Old First Church in San Francisco on Sunday, December 10 as we celebrate the unifying power of singing and the joy we share in the holiday season!

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Try a free Ragazzi class at SingFest!

On January 20, boys ages 7-10 are invited to a FREE morning of singing, musical games, and auditions for spring 2024. Sign up today!

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Learn more about our musical brotherhood and how you can be a part of it!

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Your donations help keep Ragazzi accessible to boys from all walks of life, help us mold young men of character, and allow us to bring choral music to all.

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Hear Us Online!

Go to our Recordings page to browse audio and video from past performances!


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Do you want Ragazzi to sing at your event? Fill out our inquiry form to get in touch with us!

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Our 2023-2024 Season

We are so excited for our 2023-24 season, which includes performances with the San Francisco Symphony and at the Western Division American Choral Directors Association Conference. We'll also be making our debut at the Sydney Opera House!

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

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Upcoming Performances

Dec 9 | 1:00 p.m.

Winter Recital 2023

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.


"The boys of Ragazzi Chorus were excellently prepared by their artistic director Kent Jue and sang beautifully…"

Nicholas Jones, San Francisco Classical Voice, May 22, 2023