The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, formed in 1883, has achieved an international reputation for choral excellence. In addition to performing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Men and Boys have sung numerous commissioned works and have frequently appeared on radio and television broadcasts, including the nationally televised series "The Joy of Music" hosted by organist Diane Bish.
The Choir has toured Great Britain and Europe, singing in London (St. Paul's and Westminster Abbey), Canterbury, Ely, Truro, Dublin (Christ Church Cathedral), Paris (Notre Dame), and in the cities of Chartres, Munich, Berlin, Leipzig, Venice (St. Mark's), and Rome (St. Peter's Basilica).
Christ Church Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, IndianapolisDaniel BuoeyPatrick Fennig Medieval and Renaissance Chants, Carols, and Motets. Featuring the Cathedral Boys' Choir and Girls' Choir; Jill Pitz, Harp; the Cathedral Choirmen; Frederick Burgomaster, Director. Medieval Chants, Carols, and Renaissance Motets are all sung by men's voices (countertenor, tenor, and bass). The first 12 tracks are boys and girls while tracks 13-21 feature men.
Christ Church Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, Indianapolis Featuring the Choir of Men and Boys singing Evensong choral music at the Chapel of St. John the Divine, University of Illinois. Canticles settings, motets, anthems (which include Parry's, I was Glad), a hymn, and organ music are included.