For the Beauty of the Earth

Ragazzi's boys sing of nature's beauty. We celebrate human resilience in the face of challenges. Dec. 1, 2 & 9

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Free SingFest mini-camp!

Sign up to test drive Ragazzi at our free 1/2 day event. He'll be ready to perform a couple of songs at pickup! Sat. January 12 from 9:30-noon

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Hear Us Sing

We're proud to present our 2018-19 season here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Don't miss our performances.

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Our music is just the beginning.

Ragazzi boys learn the value of leadership, teamwork, and commitment. We help them become good musicians, good students and good citizens.

Our Program

The Grammy-winning boys chorus in the heart of Silicon Valley

Now the largest Peninsula-based boys chorus, Ragazzi Boys Chorus has rehearsal locations in Redwood City and San Mateo CA. 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.

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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 all-boy model provides an even playing field that's all about the music.

Our Programs

Music Appreciation

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

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Lifetime Skills

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

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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