Boys to Men

NOTE: Info about the 2019 event will be posted as it becomes available. The info below was for the 2018 Festival.

Started in 2003 by the Phoenix Chorale as an education outreach program, the annual “Boys to Men” festival promotes community-wide access to choral training and development for young male singers. In recent years, the festival has been hosted by the Orpheus Male Choir of Phoenix, and male singers and ensembles from junior high schools, high schools, and community ensembles come together on the first Saturday in November to sing for and with one another.

Boys to Men 2019 will take place on Saturday, Nov. 2nd. Details will be published as they become available.


What do I need to do if I want to bring singers to this event? 

Email  by October 1 to let him know that you are coming.

How much does it cost to register/bring my choir to Boys to Men? 

Each director is responsible for ordering the music for his/her choir.  The price of the music and the transportation to and from the venue should be your only cost.  Tickets are $5 for the audience and are available at the door (12 and under are free).

What do my singers wear to the rehearsal and the concert?

Participants wear their B uniforms as opposed to tuxedos.  For most adult choirs this will be something like a polo/golf shirt and khaki pants.  Students are encouraged to wear a T-shirt or polo with their school’s/choir’s name on it.  We only ask that the students don’t look sloppy.

What songs will the mass choir be singing?

Listed above.

Can my school sing by themselves like all the adult choirs?

Probably.  Just contact me as soon as possible to let me know.  We can only allow a limited quantity of groups to participate in the concert.

The first Saturday in November (the 3rd) will be here before you know it.  Make plans now to bring your male singers to Boys to Men 2018 at Central High School (4525 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 85012).

For more information about Boys to Men please email  to let me know if you are planning on bringing your students and/or if you have any questions.