The Amabile Boys Choirs were founded in 1990 by musical directors Carol Beynon and Bevan Keating. The aim of the choirs is to give boys and young men with special musical abilities and interests the opportunity to perform in challenging choral literature. The choirs enrol 100 singers from Southwestern Ontario, ages 9 to 22. The newest choristers sing in the Amabile children's choir, Da Capo, advanced trebles sing in the Treble Concert Choir, and the young men with changed voices sing in the Tenor/Bass Ensemble. Additionally, the oldest tenors and basses sing in Primus, the most recently formed ensemble. Trebles whose voices change have immediate access to the tenor/bass ensemble and the opportunity to continue thier musical development.
Amabile Boys Choir All of the Amabile Boys and Men's Choirs are represented on this recording from our youngest Treble Training Choir who combine with our Treble Concert Choir, to our Young Men and our senior choir, Primus, who sing together as the Amabile Young Men's Ensemble.