The Winnipeg Boys’ Choir comprises three auditioned ensembles dedicated to high-quality music making and vocal training in a nurturing and convivial atmosphere. Under the direction of Carolyn Boyes and Albert Bergen (Treble Choruses) and Spencer Duncanson (Senior Chorus), young singers learn the deep enjoyment that comes from working hard and achieving excellence as they rehearse and perform music of all types, in many languages, with a wide range of expression. Founded in 1925, the Winnipeg Boys’ Choir is the second oldest choral ensemble in Winnipeg and probably the oldest freestanding boys’ choir in Canada. It remains an ideal place to nurture young male voices.