Founded in 1957, the Moscow Boys Choir is Russia's most prestigious all-boy choir. The Choir has enchanted audiences world-wide, having toured Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland, Poland, England, and United States. Richly dark tones of tenor and bass voices singing along with the sopranos distinguish the choir. Formerly directed by Leonid Baklushin, the choir is now directed by Ms. Ninel Kamburg.
Moscow Boys Choir 54 min. A documentary about the Moscow Boys Choir and their director at the time, Victor S. Popov. The production presents much on Popov's style, told by him and illustrated with selections such as "We Sing Unto Thee" by Tchaikovsky, "The Skylark" by Kalinnikov, and "Glory for Father and Son" by Rachmaninoff. Boys in the choir also provide their opinions to the camera, mostly positive. One little boy comments, "Well, I can't say I like him. He can be very cross. ...other people like him. He IS a good teacher."