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Ragazzi News & Updates: Page 2

A Singing Saturday Like No Other

Some amazing things happened at Singing Saturday.  Sure, the boys rehearsed and sang for us (always amazing), but it’s the parents’ meeting that knocked my socks off.  Special thanks to our Development Committee co-chairs, Gabriela Wehner … read more

Winter 2015 Concert Tickets on Sale

All November and December 2015 concert tickets are available now. Visit Ragazzi’s Performances page for more info and links. Please note that some performances are sold via Ragazzi’s service (Seat Yourself) and some are sold … read more

Bravi, Magic Flute Boys

Ragazzi choristers Michael Sacco, William Peironnet and Nicholas Hu are cast members in San Francisco Opera’s charming production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, which opened yesterday. Michael sings the role of the First Spirit; Will … read more

Catching Fire as a Singer

Welcome to all new Ragazzi families! I enjoyed having a chance to greet you earlier this week. At your new parent orientation meeting, I shared some insights from the boys in Concert Group, our top-level … read more

Learning From the Greats

At camp this summer, the boys learned a lot of music. We asked them to write about their favorites and to share what they like about the music. Reproduced in full below, Concert Group members … read more

Joyce Keil, Occidental College Alumnus

Ragazzi Boys Chorus’s Founder and Artistic Director, Joyce Keil, was featured in Occidental College’s Alumni Magazine in 2015. Keil talks of the origins of her love for choral music, her training at Occidental College, and … read more

Collaborations: A Tasty Brew

Ragazzi boys are in demand! This spring has turned into one of our busier with boys from Premiere, Avanti, Concert Group and Young Men’s Ensemble involved in four different collaborations. YME, our high school group, … read more

Howdy from Salt Lake City!

From Ragazzi Executive Director David Jones What do the Chamber Singers from USC (maybe the best collegiate choir in the country), the Metropolitan Chorus of Tokyo and the fabled King’s Singers have in common?  They’re all … read more