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      Knabenchor Hildesheim   Knabenchor Hildesheim
Der Knabenchor Hildesheim wurde 1988 durch eine Initiative des Sängerkreises Hildesheim gegründet.

Musikalische Früherziehung, mit einem gewissen Schwerpunkt auf dem Singen. Unser jüngstes Angebot für die Jüngsten, nämlich für Jungen ab fünf Jahren.

Ab der zweiten, manchmal auch schon der ersten Grundschulklasse können Jungen in den Vorchor eintreten. Sie müssen schon etwas mehr leisten als die ganz Kleinen, müssen sich mehrere Liedstrophen merken, müssen eine zweite Stimme halten, müssen - allmählich und in kleinen und unterhaltsamen Schritten - lernen, wie man atmet, wie man sich zum Singen aufbaut, wo man hinhören muss.

Etwa zur Zeit der vierten Grundschulklasse werden Jungen in den Hauptchor aufgenommen. Die zur Zeit etwas über 30 Mitglieder proben ein- bis zweimal in der Woche. Darüber hinaus gibt es Stimmbildung einzeln oder in kleinen Gruppen, die mit den beiden Stimmbildnerinnen Gesine Frank und Andrea Schäl gesondert verabredet wird. Da die Probenzeit für Gesamtproben zusammen mit den Männern viel zu kurz ist, gibt es neben einem gemeinsamen Repertoire beider Chorgruppen auch ein spezielles. Zur Zeit bereiten die Sopran- und Altstimmen das Konzert in Sehnde vor; die Tenöre und Bässe pflegen gelegentlich ein eigenständiges Repertoire, das von dem in traditionellen Männerchören üblichen Liedkanon durchaus abweicht.

German text taken from www.knabenchor-hildesheim.de/

     Stefan Leadbeater   Stefan Leadbeater
Member of Libera

Stefan takes the lead solo on "How Shall I Sing that Majesty?" and sings the first verse of "Gaelic Blessing (Deep Peace)" as well as a duet with Daniel Fontannaz on "Faithful Heart", each of which showcases his unique, soaring tone.

Stefan takes the lead solo on "How Shall I Sing that Majesty?" and sings the first verse of "Gaelic Blessing (Deep Peace)" as well as a duet with Daniel Fontannaz on "Faithful Heart", each of which showcases his unique, soaring tone.

On Libera's Tour 2010 now, Stefan is the top-soloist with 8 solos!

He is a Music Scholar at Trinity School, Croydon, and a senior member of Trinity Boys Choir. He has appeared in Tosca at the Royal Opera House and covered the Boy Soprano role in George Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children for the BBCSO in last year's Barbican concert. Stefan is also a principal soloist for the Christian boys choir 'Libera' and appears in their latest release Deep Peace. Stefan studies singing with Timothy Penrose and the trumpet with Colin Craft.

      TK-3   TK-3
TK-3 was a vocal ensemble consisting of members of the Saaremaa Poistekoor (Saaremaa Boys' Choir), trained by Veikko Lehto. Members of the octet were: Erko Niit, Roland Saar, Sander Mölder, Luigi Heinmaa, Preedik Heinmaa, Hurmet Heinmaa, Mikk Meikas and Ranno Ait.
Preedik Heinmaa had a remarkable voice and performed as soloist for the Boys' Choir too.

       Schola Cantorum  [Schola Cantorum, St Peter's Cathedral, Belfast]
The Schola Cantorum of St. Peter's Cathedral was founded in March 2008. It has a membership of over forty boys between the age of 7 and 21.
The schola is under the Patronage of Her Excellency, Mary McAleese, the President of Ireland.
In September 2008, the Schola established a successful concert series. There is one concert each month on the last Friday from 6:30-7:15pm in the Cathedral.

The Schola performed with the London Oratory Schola and "The Priests" in February 2009. In April 2009 they hosted the Choir of Westminster Cathedral. In July 2009 they toured Paris, singing at the Cathedral of Notre Dame, The Irish College, and St Étienne-du-Mont. In June 2010 they sang a Mass in St Peter's Basilica before Pope Benedict XVI and gave a concert in the Benedictine Church of San Anselmo. In August they participated in the Kilkenny International Arts Festival. They were the subject of a three-part BBC Television Documentary, 'Choirboys', which received much interest and acclaim.

Currently 10 boys in the Schola receive organ tuition, an important aspect of training the Church musicians for the future.
Auditions for the choir are held all year round for boys aged 7 - 19.

      NE-HY   NE-HY
NE-HY Bio Who's knee high to a grasshopper and the hottest rap duo to hit the music scene? NE-HY! That's who! Edward Contreras 14, AKA "Big Roc", and Edmond Contreras 13, AKA "B-Bop" are two talented brothers. The tri racial brothers has looks, charm, talent, charisma, sex appeal are dedicated to their craft. NE-HY began when the boys were 5 & 6 years of age when older brother was sidelined by an accident. That's when he focused his energy in exercising his witty rhyme skills by performing for family and friends. His younger brother B-Bop would soon join him. A local buzz began to build around the rap duo in their Flint, Michigan neighborhood and soon kids from all over were crowding to see NE-HY rock the mic. Their ability to spit rhymes and high energy moves not only gained them the opportunity to open shows for comedy kings Cedric The Entertainer and J records recording artist Mario, both celebrities appeared in NE-HY'S first video " Dang Momma". The young rap duo has also shared the stage with such artists as Lil Romeo, Juvenile, Ludacris, Twista, Nelly, Bow Wow, B2K, TI, Young Jeezey and LL Cool J to name a few. NE-HY has come a long way and has proved they can not only handle the mic and compete with artist twice their age. NE-HY'S evolution in the music industry has consisted of their performance skill exceeding that of their contemporaries while also maintaining self dignity and discipline in every aspect of their life... NE-HY has completed their debut album entitled "Swaggertuide 101". Their kid-friendly tracks are sure to delight audiences of all ages. Songs like "Barbie Girl" captures today's tweens! Songs such as "Old Enough" are sure to get the party started while sending a positive message. They even share their puppy love experiences on a track entitled "First Kiss". NE-HY'S involvement in cultivating a concept has been meaningful and positive and central to their decade long love affair with entertaining and inspiring their fans. NE-HY'S has commanded audiences throughout with some of the biggest names in hip-hop industry but has always remained true to it's own ideology that by being a good person you can accomplish great things.

     Connor Burrowes   Connor Burrowes
Connor Burrowes was born in 1983 and is the eldest of five children. He is presently a Music Scholar at Charterhouse School in Surrey where, in addition to his singing, he is studying piano, clarinet and saxophone. Between 1991 and 1996, Connor was a chorister at St Paul's Cathedral, London and it was there that he blossomed musically, under the direction of the charismatic John Scott. In addition, for three years he sang with the prestigious King's Consort, directed by Robert King. As a soloist he encompassed a wide range of choral music, both in the Cathedral and on the concert platform.

His concert debut occurred at the London Spitalfields Festival when he was just 10 years 3 months old, in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas directed by Richard Hickox. Since then he has worked with many conductors and artists including Michael Tilson Thomas, Bryn Terfel and Marvin Hamlisch. During 1996, as this young artist reach his full maturity as a treble, he featured as a soloist on no less than eight recordings. More recently he has been involved in his school's many musical projects and has still found time to record and promote two solo CDs in Japan. -- Guild Music

       Johnny Green
Johnny Green was a "boy crooner" who made a commercial test for Decca in January 1935 and cut at least one disc for Parlophone in 1936. Later (from 1944 to 1951) he made a series of discs for Decca as an adult (F.8426, 8452, etc. the last being F.9607).

      Pushkin Boys Choir   Pushkin Boys Choir  [Хор мальчиков пушкинского ДТЮ]
Пушкинский хор мальчиков был создан в марте 1986 года и ведет свою историю от первого концерта в зале Академической Капеллы им. Глинки. В концертном составе хора — 35 мальчиков от восьми до 15 лет. Каждый год коллектив принимает участие в концертах фестиваля "Поют хоры мальчиков Петербурга". А пушкинцы наверняка видели выступление хора в дни Международного царскосельского фестиваля "Город муз". Юные пушкинские хористы уже гастролировали по городам России, выступали в Литве, США и Австрии. И везде вызывали восхищение и аплодисменты.

руководитель О.Ю. Мартынова

The Pushkin Boys Choir is based in the city of Pushkin, 25km south of St Petersburg. Founded in 1986, it is made up of around 35 boys between the age of 8 to 15. The choir takes part in choir festivals and given concerts in countries such as Russia, Lithuania, the U.S.A. and Austria.
The choir is directed by Olga Martynova.

      Pueri Cantores Tarnovienses   Pueri Cantores Tarnovienses  [Chłopięcy Chór Katedralny]
Cathedral Boys' Choir "Pueri Cantores Tarnovienses" was founded at the Cathedral Basilica in Tarnow by Fr. Andrew Zajac in March 1981. The initiator of the choir was the then Bishop of Tarnow George Ablewicz. Forming at the Cathedral Basilica in Tarnow boys choir, were established in this way to the ancient ecclesiastical tradition of singing in a choir boy's cathedrals.

      Wiltener Sängerknaben   Wiltener Sängerknaben
The Wilten Boys' Choir (Wiltener Saengerknaben) is one of the oldest and most renowned boys' choirs in Europe. Its tradition dates back to the middle of the 13th century. Today the choir has about 150 members, with about 70 boys and male voices in the concert choir. Since 1991 Johannes Stecher is the artistic director of the choir. The repertory of the Wilten Boys' Choir is very broad ranging from sacred music to pieces from C. Orff, W. A. Mozart, J. Brahms and, of course, traditional folk songs from the Tyrol and the alpine countries. Opera engagements are also playing an important role. If you want to learn more about the Wilten Boys' Choir (Wiltener Saengerknaben), you could visit our homepage www.saengerknaben.com If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Die Wiltener Sängerknaben aus Innsbruck zählen zu den ältesten und besten Knabenchören Europas. Ihre Geschichte reicht zurück bis ins 13. Jahrhundert. Heute gibt es etwa 150 Wiltener Sängerknaben, 70 davon singen im Konzertchor. Pro Jahr stehen etwa 40-50 öffentliche Auftritte auf dem Programm - Konzerte, Tourneen im In- und Ausland, Mitwirkung bei Opernproduktionen und bei großen Veranstaltungen (z.B. Eröffnung der Ski-WM 2001 in St. Anton am Arlberg). Das Repertoire reicht von geistlichen Werken und traditionellen alpenländischen Volksliedern bis hin zu Chören aus Oper und Operette. Konzertreisen haben den Chor und seine Solisten u.a. bereits durch ganz Österreich, in die Schweiz, nach Italien, Deutschland, Dänemark, Belgien, Großbritannien, Israel und Japan geführt.

Künstlerische Leitung: Johannes Stecher Organisatorische Leitung: Martin Pleyer Präfekt: Vinzenz Arnold

     Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal   Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal
This world-renowned boys' choir hails from a long tradition that originated in the sixth century. The Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal was founded in March of 1956, with the aim of providing the largest sanctuary in the world dedicated to Saint Joseph - Saint Joseph's Oratory - with a choir on with the solemn liturgy celebrated within its walls. The choir's main mission is to participate in the religious services at the Oratory by performing the purest of all devotional expressions: sacred chant. The Petits Chanteurs can be heard 85 times a year, principally in the context of Sunday Mass at 11 A.M at the Oratory.

The choir currently includes 175 boys aged 9 to 17. The Choir School has provided excellent musical and academic training to more than 1,200 children over the years. The Petits Chanteurs is among the finest children's choirs in North America, performing the great works of the polyphonic repertoire from all eras and countries, as well as selections from a variety of musical cultures. Its excellent ensemble singing can be heard on numerous recordings and in the context of many public concerts.

In 1995, during the 27th Pueri Cantores Annual Congress, the Petits Chanteurs welcomed over 1,500 singers from Europe and the Americas. The choir has in turn been invited to perform at World Expositions in Vancouver, Montreal, and Taejon (Korea). Since 1991, the Petits Chanteurs embarks on annual tours of Europe and the United States. It is also sollicited by government dignitaries to perform at special solemn occasions, a recent example being the funeral Mass for former Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa.

Father Bertrand Badeau has been the choir's Director since 1992, and Gilbert Patenaude, its Musical Director since 1978. The latter also conducts several other groups, including the Saint-Laurent College Choir, the Ensemble Radio-Québec, the Jeune Opera du Québec Choir, and the Jeunes Voix du Québec, in addition to pursuing an active career as arranger and composer.

     Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Bruno   Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Bruno
Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Bruno ont été fondés officiellement au mois de mars 2007, et le recrutement a été lancé en octobre 2007. Ce chœur de garçons est voué en premier lieu à la liturgie. La formation s'appuie sur un savoir faire issu de la tradition des petits chanteurs qui est reconnue dans tous les pays où le mouvement est implanté.

Les bases de la culture musicale sont : le chant grégorien, la psalmodie (en français et en latin), la polyphonie des XVIe et XVIIe s., les chorals de Bach et certains compositeurs de la première moitié du XXe s. C'est grâce à ce fond culturel que les petits chanteurs sont capables de s'aventurer dans d'autres répertoires avec plus d'aisance, comme par exemple la musique médiévale ou le répertoire contemporain de qualité.

Les petits chanteurs sont admis après audition, et sont en période probatoire pendant un mois. Après quoi ils font leur entrée officielle à la "manécanterie" (1). Après avoir fait preuve de régularité, volonté, et qualité, le petit chanteur peut encore progresser d'un cran dans la hiérarchie en devenant membre d'un "petit chœur" particulièrement apte dans le cadre liturgique.

Les ténors et basses - petits chanteurs ayant mué ou nouvelles recrues adultes - sont également constitués en sous-groupe ayant une identité propre au sein de la manécanterie. Les adolescents et jeunes hommes sont ainsi valorisés en tant que tels, et peuvent même développer un répertoire qui leur est propre.

Ils peuvent aussi intégrer le "petit chœur" ; ils sont à ce moment situé au niveau le plus haut, et reçoivent une initiation à la direction de chœur liturgique, afin d'être plus tard en mesure de prendre la relève et faire essaimer le mouvement des Petits Chanteurs.

La vie liturgique à St-Bruno est particulière puisqu'elle se partage entre les deux formes liturgiques du rite romain depuis septembre 2005. Adhérant totalement aux décisions de Jean-Paul II puis de Benoît XVI, les Petits Chanteurs de St-Bruno sont formés pour suivre les deux types de messe, afin d'être, dans l'Eglise d'aujourd'hui, des messagers de paix selon le vœu émis autrefois par Mgr Maillet, le fondateur du mouvement. Cette expérience unique en son genre leur permet d'élever leur vision de la liturgie, d'élargir leur savoir-faire vocal, et d'acquérir une souplesse d'adaptation qui leur est propre.

       Choir of St. John's Cathedral, Brisbane

  1 März  March4thBand   March4thBand  [March 4th]
March 4th are triplet brothers, Garrett's on bass and vocals, Spencer is on guitar and vocals and Mitchell plays drums.

  1 März Ronny Howard   Ronny Howard  [Ron Howard]

  1 März Justin Bieber   Justin Bieber  [Justin Drew Bieber]
Pop singer Justin Bieber was barely into his teens when he released his platinum-selling debut, My World, and became one of 2009's youngest success stories. An Ontario native, Bieber had placed second in a local singing competition two years prior and began posting his performances on YouTube. The videos caught the attention of Scooter Braun, a talent agent and former So So Def marketing executive, who helped Bieber land an impromptu audition with the R&B star Usher. Impressed by what he saw, Usher — along with Island/Def Jam chairman L.A. Reid — quickly signed the 15-year-old Bieber to a recording contract. Bieber released his first single, "One Time," in May 2009. Supported by a popular video that featured an appearance by Usher, "One Time" went platinum in both Canada and America, a feat that was replicated later that year with the release of My World. The disc was technically an EP, featuring only seven songs, but it reached number six on the Billboard 200 album chart and sold over a million copies. Less than a year after his debut, Bieber returned with the "second half" of My World, a ten-song release titled My World 2.0. Further demonstrating his and his management's marketing power, over 8,000 fans who pre-ordered My World 2.0 had their head shots used in a photo mosaic (formed to look like a portrait of Bieber) that was displayed on the back side of the disc's booklet. The release topped the Billboard 200. A few weeks later, a combination of My World and My World 2.0, titled My Worlds, appeared in some territories. By the end of 2010, Bieber issued My Worlds Acoustic, a set featuring acoustic versions of nine songs off the My World discs, as well as one new song. The following February, the 3-D documentary Never Say Never was released to theaters. The seven-track Never Say Never: The Remixes, released just days after the film, maintained the flow of Bieber product, and featured appearances from the likes of Kanye West, Usher, and Miley Cyrus. Just in time for Christmas 2011 came the holiday-themed Under the Mistletoe, complete with several celebrity guest duets and an original song, "Mistletoe," for the first single, which entered the Holiday Songs chart at number two. ~ Matt Collar & Andy Kellman, Rovi

  1 März Matthew Brett-Smith   Matthew Brett-Smith
Matt is head of 2nd trebles of the choir of All Saint's Parish Church, Maidstone . He lives in Tovil in Maidstone.

  1 März  Sammie   Sammie  [Sammie Lee Bush, Jr]
Musique R&B.

  2 März Patrick Droney and Bleak City   Patrick Droney and Bleak City
Patrick began playing at the age of seven and has studied at the Berklee College of Music. He has performed throughout the country at venues like B.B. Kings Blues Club in Los Angeles and the Trocadero in Philadelphia. His band, Bleak City, is the youngest band to ever play the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ.

Bleak City Band played together for the first time on March 2nd, 2005 at a Battle of the Bands contest at the Bubba Mac Shack in Somers Point, NJ. The contest was hosted by Charter-Tech High School for the Performing Arts. Bleak City won 1st prize. The band members, ranging in age from 12-15, competed with area bands much older and with more experience. The original band members were Patrick Droney (13) lead guitar/vocals; Anthony Wagner (13) drums; Alex London (14) vocals/keyboards; and Alexander "Sandy" Eldred (15) on bass.

In April 2006, 13-year-old Patrick Droney was named The 2006 Robert Johnson Blues Foundation New Generation Award Contest winner. The band was renamed Patrick Droney and Bleak City and includes Patrick Droney on guitar/vocals, Anthony Wagner drums and Jim Sennett on bass.

Droney has already begun making a distrinctinive mark in the world of philanthrophy. He and his sister Josephine were both featured in the April 3, 2006 issue of People Magazine. Both suffer from Von Willebrand Syndrome – an inherited blood-clotting disorder – and were profiled for their creation of Community Birthday Parties that raise cash and toys for children undergoing treatment in area hospitals. The two have since raised more than $26,000 for such groups as the National Hemophilia Foundation and the Shelby Richter Fund. Droney was also named a 2005 Nestle Very Best in Youth Award winner. He and his fellow winners helped raise close to $500,000 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

  2 März   Ansgar Krook
Ansgar Krook was born Nils Ansgar Paul Krook on 2 March, 1962 in Uppsala. In 1975, he played the Second Spirit in Ingmar Bergman's Trollflöjten alongside Urban Malmberg and Erland von Heijne, who played the other two spirits.

Ansgar was a Swedish director and singer. He was also one of Sweden's most famous conductors, founding Kammerensemblen in 1984, an ensemble specializing in post-1900 classical music. He died 29 September 1992 in Stockholm.

  2 März Andrea Renzullo   Andrea Renzullo

  3 März  Lil iROCC Williams   Lil iROCC Williams
Justin Williams (born March 3, 1990) is an American rapper and actor. Williams began his career using the stage name Lil iROCC Williams, but eventually dropped the "Lil". His name is often stylized multiple ways, including Irocc, iROCC, irocc, and iroCc.
Williams is a Christian, which is heavily reflected in his lyrics. His moniker, which is inspired by Proverbs 3:5, stands for I Rely On Christ Completely.

Williams was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to a father and a mother, Treiva, but the family moved to Atlanta when he was still a young child. At the age of three, Williams began modeling and appearing in TV spots. In 1997, Williams' mother was diagnosed with cancer; during her treatment, William's mother and father converted to Christianity, which led Williams to follow suite. Williams showed an interest in rapping at the age of ten, while his father was working to develop local artists to showcase to major record labels.
Williams' first live performance came in 2001, after his parents entered him in a local talent contest sposered by a local Atlanta R&B radio station. Williams was chosen as one of 15 finalists, and subsequently won the grand prize.

  3 März  London Boy Singers   London Boy Singers  [Finchley Boys' Choir]
The London Boy Singers was founded in 1961 to supply the need for a concert boys' choir in England. It was partly due to Britten's enthusiasm and encouragement that the choir was formed and, as President, he maintained an active interest in the development of the singers. The choir was administered by a Board of Governors, with Eric Walter White as chairman. Jonathan Steele was appointed conductor, and then later artistic director, succeeding John Andrewes. The choir was briefly known as Finchley Boys' Choir as it was formed originally from the Finchley Childrens Music Group The affairs of the London Boy Singers Association came to an end in July 1966 when the director parted company with the Board of Governors and President, signalling the end of Benjamin Britten's involvement with the project, although the choir continued as the London Boy Singers, directed by Jonathan Steele, into the 1970s.

David Dalton

  3 März Nicki Schwarz   Nicki Schwarz

  3 März Duri Krasniqi   Duri Krasniqi
Duri Kransniqi is an Austrian Singer who is taking part in "Deutschland sucht das Supertalent" (Germany got Talent) in 2008. He is one of the first 5 winners of the Semi-finals.

  4 März Robert Harris   Robert Harris  [George Robert A. Harris]
Sang in the choir of St Ethelburga's Church, St Leonard's-on-Sea, from age nine, then at Holy Trinity, Eastbourne. Awarded first prize at the Brighton Music Festivals 1933-36. Died in 2005. Robert's life and career are given in more detail in Stephen Beet's book "The Better Land" (2005).

  4 März Shane Treloar   Shane Treloar
Meet Shane Treloar, the 11-year-old crooner from Pittsburgh who has been singing even before he could talk! He is described as "The Boy With the Golden Voice". He sings all genres, loves Broadway Tunes the most, and he can sing the National Anthem. He made his debut at the age of 7 singing Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" for his elementary school's talent show. His promising voice pulled the audience to him and their thunderous applause confirmed for Shane that the stage is his place and connecting to the audience through song is his calling. You haven't seen nothing yet. This is just the beginning for The One, The Only Shane!

  5 März Eddie Hodges   Eddie Hodges
Eddie was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, in 1947 and made his professional stage debut at the age of 10 in the original Broadway production of Meredith Wilson's The Music Man, which ran for 1,375 performances. Hodges portrayed Winthrop Paroo, performing two songs: "Wells Fargo Wagon" and "Gary, Indiana." The original Broadway cast album is currently available as part of Angel's "Broadway Classics" series.

In 1959, he was cast in the Frank Capra film, "A Hole in the Head" with Frank Sinatra and Edward G. Robinson. The following year he starred as Huck Finn in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". His numerous TV credits include guest appearances on Gunsmoke, The Lucy Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and Family Affair. During one segment of the popular game show Name That Tune, he appeared as a contestant with Marine Corps Major (and later astronaut) John Glenn.

  5 März Constantin von Jascheroff   Constantin von Jascheroff  [Conna/Titus]
Actor-singer Constantin von Jascheroff became famous in Germany with the titlerole in the 1995 TV series "Titus, der Satansbraten".

As an actor he starred in the films "Rennschwein Rudi Rüssel" (Rudy, The Racing Pig), "Babyfon", "e-m@il an Gott" and had guest appearances in the television series' "Faust", "Hallo, Onkel Doc !", "Anke" and a main part in the series "Die Boegers" as Linus.

His first single, "Ich bin der Titus" hit the stores as the TV series was aired. Now, as a young adult, Constantin (Conna for friends) is more into a calmer, smoother R&B sound.

Constantin's brother Felix is in the soap "Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten" and their dad Mario is the German voice of Disney´s Mickey Mouse.

  5 März Raymond Kinsey   Raymond Kinsey
Born in Bradford Raymond joined the choir of St Philip's aged eight. After winning a silver cup at the Blackpool Festival in 1932 he made six records for HMV between Jan. & Sept. 1933, but the early breaking of his voice later that year curtailed his career as a boy soprano. His life is sketched in more detail in Stephen Beet's book "The Better Land" (2005). Raymond died in 1997.

Herman Klein wrote in "The Gramophone" (December 1933), "There is in this boy's voice a dark, rich colour and a beauty of texture that are quite exceptional. The same adjective applies to his breath-control, the evenness of his scale, the depth and maturity of his expressive power. His style is characterized by a degree of natural feeling that has the similitude of passion which we know cannot be real in a boy, but which evidently induces his teacher to give him songs that call for strong underlying emotion . . ."

  6 März Jonathan Scott-Taylor   Jonathan Scott-Taylor
Jonathan Scott-Taylor was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on March 6, 1962. Jon began studying drama in North London at the age of eleven, and soon thereafter landed the part of Jim Hawkins in the Mermaid Theatre's holiday production of "Treasure Island".

Jon would reprise this role for the next two years. Since then he performed in several stage productions as well as a small part in the 1976 film "Bugsy Malone". It was his performance as Ronnie Winslow in a 1977 television version of the Terrance Rattigan play "The Winslow Boy" that resulted in his being chosen for the part of Damien Thorn in the film, "Damien: Omen II".

  6 März  Klovis   Klovis  [Klovis Herboso]
Klovis Herboso was born in La Paz, Bolivia. He recorded his first album, "Enseñando a Rezar las Oraciones" for Don Bosco Editorial, at the age of eight.

At age 11 he recorded his second album called "Canciones para Mamá". He recorded his first CD in 1990, with songs such as Hablame del mar marinero and a reedited song of the singer and Mexican actor Guillermo Capetillo titled Baila.

Presently, he is not active in his singing career due to school and family obligations.

actually married with 3 kids

  6 März Bertrand Ollé   Bertrand Ollé
Boy Soprano in "Les Petits Chanteurs à la croix potencée" (Toulouse, France), 1983-1988.
Recording in 1986 : mezzo-soprano soloist in 9 songs out of 15. Gloria, Vivaldi (alto). Psalm 126, Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Coronation Mass, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (alot). Die Sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreuze, Heinrich Schütz.
Following carrier : http://carillon.avenue-du.net

  6 März Johannes Lehner   Johannes Lehner
Johannes Lehner was a soprano soloist with the Augsburger Domsingknaben and sang his last concert in sommer 2009.
Johannes is right now a... bass !

  6 März Stewart Glen Palmer   Stewart Glen Palmer  [The James Boys]
born in Chingford, England

  6 März Tommi Ohrner   Tommi Ohrner

  7 März Die Münchner Chorbuben   Die Münchner Chorbuben  [aka Die Münchener Chorbuben]
The choir was founded on the 07/03/1952 by Fritz Rothschuh. Since 1983Bernhard Reimann is the conductor of the choir. Boys can join the choir at the age of six.

The choir sings secular and sacral choir music, like Gregorian music, spiritual, madrigal, musical and folk songs but also pop-songs.

Concerts - the singing ambassador of Munich, Bavaria and Germany, which are the choir is also called have been on more than 125 concerts tours and sung more than 3000 concerts all over the world. Almost everywhere in Europe but also in Amerika, Canada, Japan and Australia. The choir was recorded for movies, CD's and radio productions as well as TV shows like, ""Kein schöner Land" or "Sternstunden".

Der "Stammchor", gegründet am 7.März 1952 von Fritz Rothschuh, seit Januar 1983 unter der verantwortlichen Leitung von Bernhard Reimann. Für Buben ab 6 Jahre.

Ein breitgefächertes Repertoire - Die Münchner Chorbuben sind musikalisch in allen Stilrichtungen, ob geistliche oder weltliche Chormusik, zuhause. Von der Gregorianik bis zum Spiritual, vom Madrigal bis zum Musical und natürlich deutsche und internationale Volkslieder - sie singen alles. Auch in der Pop- und Unterhaltungsmusik wurden sie schon öfters engagiert.

Konzertauftritte - Die "singenden Botschafter Münchens, Bayerns und Deutschlands" werden die Münchner Chorbuben zu Recht genannt. Auf über 125 Konzerttourneen und mehr als 3000 Auftritten haben sie sich überall auf der Welt einen Namen gemacht. Sie waren in fast allen europäischen Ländern zu hören, wurden aber auch in Amerika und Kanada, in Japan und in Australien gefeiert. Sie haben bei Uraufführungen von Werken bekannter Komponisten wie Carl Orff und Heinrich Sutermeister mitgewirkt und mehrmals in Filmen und im Rundfunk gesungen. Auch im Fernsehen sind sie immer wieder zu sehen so z.B. bei so bekannten Sendungen wie "Kein schöner Land" oder "Sternstunden".

  7 März   Yamil
Yamil was born in Puebla Mexico.

  7 März Etienne Pannard   Etienne Pannard  [Etienne Pannard]
Etienne Pannard wurde in Perchtoldsdorf bei Wien als Sohn einer Österreicherin und eines Franzosen geboren.
Etienne sang schon von klein auf den ganzen Tag. Mit sechs Jahren begann er an der Franz Schmidt Musikschule in Perchtoldsdorf Violine zu lernen, und zweieinhalb Jahre später trat er dem Chor der Sängerknaben vom Wienerwald in Maria-Enzersdorf bei. Er wirkte bei vielen Konzerten mit und fuhr auch auf Tournee.

Seine wachsende Lust, immer und überall zu singen, siegte schließlich über seine Angst, im Internat zu leben. Deshalb entschied er sich im Februar 2008 den Wiener Sängerknaben beizutreten. In den folgenden vier Jahren als Sängerknabe, die ihm sehr viel Freude bereiteten, nahm er an vielen Tourneen teil (Mittelmeerkreuzfahrt (Italien, Kroatien, Griechenland), Dubai, USA (Ostküste), Ungarn, Spanien, Japan, Italien, Südkorea, USA (Westküste), Slowenien, Deutschland). Außerdem wirkte er an einem Film von Kurt Faudon über die Wiener Sängerknaben mit. Für diesen Film nahm er an einer Reise teil, die ihn einmal um die Welt führte, mit Drehorten in Indien und Neuseeland.

Des Weiteren trat er in der Wiener Staats- und Volksoper als zweiter Knabe in Mozarts Zauberflöte auf und war als Solist in diversen Hofburgmessen zu hören.
Seit September 2010 nimmt Etienne Klavierunterricht. Seit Herbst 2011 besucht er das Oberstufenrealgymnasium der Wiener Sängerknaben.
Etiennes Stimmlage ist jetzt Mezzosopran.

  8 März Johnny Kelly   Johnny Kelly
John Michael Kelly was born in Talavera, Spain, during his family's many travels throughout Europe. He used to be the Kelly Family's child star in the very early years, especially with the hit single "Who'll Come With Me". When he got a bit older his younger brother Paddy took over that part. He left the family band in 2000 and released his own independent CD in 2006.

  9 März Régis Simard   Régis Simard
René Simard's older brother.

  9 März Thomas Criddle   Thomas Criddle
Thomas was born in Edmonton, London and, at the age of fourteen-and-­a-half, took first prize in a talent competition at the Granada Empire Cinema, Edmonton, singing Because. The organist, Andrew Fenner happened to be playing and, two weeks later, the manager of Granada, Sydney Bernstein came to see Criddle's father with a view to the boy touring the cinemas.

Thomas was soon on the BBC; his first broadcast was with Albert Sandler at the Palm Court Hotel studio in Lower Regent Street. He was later filmed by Pathe and signed up by H.M.V. Over the next three years he recorded at the Abbey Road Studios, with Andrew Fenner as his accompanist. `I didn't need singing lessons by then,' he told me. `We made many records but due to the war-time shortage of shellac only the more popular ones were released.' Thomas's last record I give thanks to you /I shall be there was recorded in January 1944 when he was almost sixteen. By that time his voice had taken on a richer quality. On Wings of Song was his second record, made when he was fourteen-and-a-half.

-- from Betterland.boychoirs.org

Thomas returned to the microphone as an actor in 1953, taking a small part in Henry IV pt 1. He later appeared extensively in television and films and toured with the likes of Katherine Hepburn and Sir Donald Wolfit.

Thomas Criddle died just three days short of his eightieth birthday in March 2008. Thomas Criddle was one of the last surviving 'professional' boy sopranos, living in the age just prior to the raising of the school-leaving age from fourteen to fifteen in 1947. In those days many boys were on the stage in full-time employment from the end of the term in which they had reached fourteen. This change, coupled with the demise of Music Hall itself, brought to an end the long and fascinating tradition of which Criddle played an important part.

  9 März Thomas Van Achteren   Thomas Van Achteren
Thomas Van Achteren is a young artist from the group Bandits. He was born and raised in Sainte-Catherine-Waver

10 März  Anklamer Knabenchor   Anklamer Knabenchor
The Anklamer Knabenchor exist since 1972 and is the only Boys choir of the federal state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (north-east of Germany).

The Anklamer Knabenchor has about 20 members from the age of 7 to 20. It sings traditional reporrtoires and international folksongs as well as new forms of vocal music and popular music. The choir mostly sings in Anklam and the region Vorpommern. It has taken part in theater productions, festivals and TV-shows, Choir-meetings, national and international competions and concert tours abroad.

The Ankalmer Knabenchor is supported by the Hanseatic city Anklam. The Kulturfabrik Anklam e.V. is responsibly for the management since 2004. The choir director is Mike Hartmann also since 2004.
Der Anklamer Knabenchor besteht seit 1972 und ist derzeit der einzige Knabenchor unseres Bundeslandes.

Neben der Probenarbeit mit den rund 20 Kindern und Jugendlichen im Alter von 7 bis 20 Jahren und der Konzerttätitigkeit in seiner Heimatstadt und der Region Vorpommern, erlebte der Chor in seiner wechselvollen Geschichte unter anderem auch die Mitarbeit im Rahmen von Theaterproduktionen, Auftritte bei Festivals und im Fernsehen, Chortreffen, nationale und internationale Wettbewerbe und Konzertreisen ins Ausland.

Träger des Ankalmer Knabenchores ist die Hansestadt Anklam. Die Geschäftsführung übernahm mit dem 01.01.2004 die Kulturfabrik Anklam e.V. Somit ist der Chor sowohl in der Stadt Anklam als unter dem Dach der Vorpommerschen Landesbühne zu Hause.

Chorleiter ist, seit dem 01.01.2004, Mike Hartmann.

Zum Profil des Chores gehört die Pflege traditionellen Repertoires und internationalen Volksliedergutes ebenso wie die Öffnung gegenüber neueren Formen der Vokalmusik sowie popularmusikalischen Erscheinungen.

German text taken from www.theater-anklam.de/

10 März Gurgen Dabaghian   Gurgen Dabaghian

10 März   Ross Easton  [Ross George Easton]
Ross was a chorister at Winchester College and at 12 was a finalist in the 2006 Chorister of the Year competition. He sang Amazing Grace and Adam lay y bounden.

10 März Uriah Shelton   Uriah Shelton
Uriah was born on March 10, 1997 in Dallas, Texas. One month later his family moved him to Magnolia Springs, Alabama, a small river community about 40 miles south of Mobile.

Growing up, Uriah pursued interests in martial arts, piano, and soccer. At the age of 7, he took a modeling class with his cousin, Charli. This led to a talent competition in Orlando, after which he was pursued by multiple agencies in New York and Los Angeles. Realizing that he'd come to love acting, he and his mother decided to move to Los Angeles to embark upon his professional career.

He immediately began working in commercials but also focused on his love of martial arts, which resulted in him becoming the 2006 ATA Tae Kwon Do California State Champion in all categories, including sparring and extreme weapons.

Having accomplished his goal Uriah returned his full attention to acting, where he began working on TV shows, including Without a Trace, The Ghost Whisperer, Mad TV, Dirty Sexy Money, The Suite Life, Monk, Trust Me, Trauma, Hallmark's The Nanny Express, and the independent feature Alabama Moon.

He has just completed filming the lead role of Henry Matthews in Lifted, written and directed by Lexi Alexander (Green Street Hooligans, Punisher: War Zone), in which he plays a young singing sensation alongside music greats Ruben Studdard and Trace Adkins.

Uriah trains in wushu, XMA (Extreme Martial Arts), guitar, ballet, and hip hop.

10 März Ricky Segall   Ricky Segall
Born in Long Island, New York, Ricky began has acting career in 1973 at the age of four when he played Ricky Stevens on "The Partridge Family" from 1973-1974.

10 März  Vince   Vince  [Vincent Lintermans]
Vince is 11 years-old and lives in Landen, Belgium. He was one of the contestants in the Belgian JESC 2008 preselections, but didn't make it into the finals.

10 März Ryan Lokan   Ryan Lokan
Although born in Australia, Ryan has lived in Canada since shortly after his birth.

He sings, plays violin and takes ballet as well as some musical theater training. He is at present, taking classical voice lessons. His present goals include being a music/theater major in grade 9 and works currently towards that goal.

His Mother teaches violin and his older sister is enrolled in the university and taking voice. So with this musical support all around, Ryan is destined to be a star.

11 März  New York Boys Choir   New York Boys Choir  [Yitzy Bald Boys Choir]
The New York Boys Choir was founded by Yitzy Bald, who is also the director of the choir. Around 2009 this Jewish choir became known as the "Yitzy Bald Boys Choir", when he first put the it together. As the choir has finally found its name it has released the self-titled CD album "New York Boys Choir".

12 März  Donizeti   Donizeti

12 März   Jr  [엄영인 Uhm Young In]

12 März   Clément Losser
Clément Losser became a chorister of Les Petits Chanteurs de St André de Colmar in 2003 and since then he has become a regular soloist with the choir.

12 März Jordan Jansen   Jordan Jansen
Jordan has won a total of 89 Trophies in song and dance to date. A few of the highlights:
He won the Pines Idol, junior winner 15 years and under in 2006 and recieved $1000 and a trophy nearly heavier than he is!! Then in 2007 he won the Sanctuary Cove Talent Quest He sang at the opening of the Arts festival last year (2007) and opened up the Big Carter Tennis tournament and then sang at the closing ceremony as well. As well as many many charity events as well as paid gigs at other private events.

Jordan is a brilliant actor, singer and dancer and when he is on stage he owns it. He captivates the audience with his style, charm and smile. He landed the part of Bugsy Malone at the Sanctuary Cove Little Theater in 2008 and even had to take accent lessons to learn to speak like a proper American. (Which he mastered quickly.) Jordan continues to strive to be better each day, honing his craft and taking lessons to fully utilize his abundant serving of talent.

Rev 12/2008

12 März   The Bradford Choristers
Until 1981, Bradford Cathedral boasted two fully fledged choirs of men and boys, the Coates Choir and the Hooper Choir. In 1981, the Coates Choir left the cathedral to pursue an independent and demanding schedule of work as an itinerant liturgical choir called the Bradford Choristers under the direction first of the late Keith Rhodes, and later under Richard Darke. Meanwhile, the Hooper Choir, a mixed choir of boys, girls, and adults, established itself as the main Cathedral choir under the directorships of successively Geoffrey Weaver and Alan Horsey.

The choir rehearses every Thursday in Bradford at St Wilfreds Church hall and sing most weekends in a different church local or elsewhere in the UK. For inforamtion, contact the secretary on 01274 774758. You can also contact a member of the Bradford Choirsters by email: harold@mail.globalnet.co.uk

12 März  Kev   Kev  [Kev Morris]
Inspired by artists like Sam Cooke, Charlie Wilson, young Michael Jackson and others, Kev who did not show any signs of special musical abilities wanted to enter a talent contest at the age of seven. His father being a record producer insisted on him to give a sample of his singing capabilities first and was positively surprised. Being aware of Kev's unique ability he supported him and worked on a first project with him.
Kev's first single "Yes or No", an upbeat dance hit which lets us expect to hear more of this young R&B singer very soon.

14 März Jeremy Ovenden   Jeremy Ovenden
Jeremy was a Chorister at Guildford Cathedral

Jeremy is now an Opera singer.He has a Mozartian Tenor voice and can be heard singing in all of the World`s major Opera Houses including La Scala Milan ,Glyndebourne and Salzburg to name but a few.

15 März Jackson Cook   Jackson Cook
Born March 15, 1994, in Alberta, Canada. Jackson Cook started his music career in July of 2005, where he approached his mother and asked her if she could teach him a few chords so he could make music. With no formal music or vocal lessons Jackson began writing songs and learning to play his guitar. In little less than a year, he has crafted some very prolific and thought provoking songs. Many in the industry who have seen and heard Jackson play have already compared him to a young Bob Dylan, John Lennon, and Neil Young.

In June, 2006 Jackson began recording his debut CD at Jungle Room Studios in Los Angeles, California under the guidance of world renowned producer Brian Reeves whose body of work includes such artists as Billy Idol, Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds, and U2.

Jackson has the canny ability and creative genius in composing anything from Pop to Rock tunes with the heart and feel of an old soul living in the mind and spirit of a young boy, 12 years old.

16 März Fabian Michel Noss   Fabian Michel Noss
Sänger des Knabenchores der Chorschule Wewelsburg. 1.Zauberflötenknabe der Chorschule und leidenschaftlicher Sänger von Schumann und Schubert Liedern

16 März Camilo Echeverry   Camilo Echeverry  [Camilo]
Camilo Echeverry was the winner of XS Factor 2007 in Colombia. Camilo was born on the 16th March 1994 in Medellin, Colombia, but when he was 4 years old he moved to Monteria. He likes mny different styles of music, including Rock, Pop, Jazz and Rap. He likes to play in a band, use the computer and go out with his friends.

16 März P. David Ebersole   P. David Ebersole
P. David Ebersole was not a professional actor or singer but an actual student at Van Nuys Junior High, Van Nuys, California, as were all the other actors in the short musical film he starred in called "Junior High School". He didn't pursue acting, but moved into television as a writer, director, and producer in the 2000s.

16 März Philip Oezelt   Philip Oezelt
Philip war Teilnehmer am "Kiddy Contest 2009"

16 März Wolfgang Kieling   Wolfgang Kieling
Wolfgang Kieling was born 16 March 1924, Berlin and died 7 Oct. 1985, Hamburg. Wolfgang was singing on the radio as early as 1930, though most of the records he made for Electrola weren't released until 1939. His repertoire included folk songs and children's songs (often in comical Disneyish arrangements), but also Bach, Mozart and Schubert. His voice was sweet and sprightly, and childlike even at 13 or 14 - unlike the ripe, bosomy tones of Ernest Lough or Aled Jones.

It was inevitable that such an endearing little boy should be invited to act, and he did so with the expected talent - not pretty or heroic enough to land leading children's roles in German films of the time, but a useful presence that could be sceptical or sad. His intelligence kept him in demand as a dubber of foreign movies: it fell to him to supply the voice of Freddy Bartholomew, for instance, in at least four of his leads.

Kieling continued to act, and studied drama with Albert Florath and Hilde Körber, until his call-up in 1942. When he died of cancer in 1985, he was one of the most admired and loved of German actors. Some of his boyhood recordings were played, to poignant effect, at his funeral. --The Motion Picture Boy

Wolfgang Kieling sang on other 78rpm recordings with unknown tracks:
German HMV (Electrola) EG 6281
German HMV (Electrola) EG 6296
German HMV (Electrola) EG 6376
German HMV (Electrola) EG 6595

16 März Daniel Shaw   Daniel Shaw
Daniel Shaw is a young artist who writes and performs many of his own original songs. He has been playing the piano since the age of six and been busking since the age of eight.

Daniel successfully completed exams in Classical Piano, Piano, Music Theory and Singing For Leisure at The Australian Music Examinations Board as well as in Modern Guitar with the Australian and New Zealand Cultural Arts Limited. Apart from making music he also enjoys learning about Music Production. He would love to become an international artist one day.

16 März   Matthew Kirk
Cathedral Chorister late 1980s

17 März   Jonathan Baker
Jonathan Martin Baker began his singing career in the Parish Choir of St Thomas of Canterbury, Brentwood, Essex in 1989 and became deputy head chorister six years later. In 1994 he gained the RSCM Bishops Chorister award and in 1996 the St Nicholas award, the highest accolade for a choirboy.

18 März  Tom Klijbroek   Tom Klijbroek  [Tom Klijbroek]

18 März   Ethan Rourke  [Ethan Alexander Rourke]
Ethan Rourke learned how to sing with the Northwest Boys Choir. Upon maturation, his interests turned to jazz music, and he studied jazz and classical composition at the Berklee College of Music. He currently works as a supervisor at a non-profit organization based in Seattle, and in his spare time he studies computer programming and practices guitar.

19 März Ben Inman   Ben Inman
Ben Inman, 12 from Yorkshire, was picked from the Southwell Minster in Nottinghamshire, directed by Paul Hale, to be a member of "The Choirboys". "We've been given our own personal hair stylist and clothes stylist and we've all got new haircuts," said Ben. "Mine was really choirboyish before but now it's ruffled up and it looks cool."

Ben also recorded the solo treble vocal for James Newton-Howard's score accompanying the death scene of King Kong in the movie of the same name released December, 2005. Ben's fabulous voice can also be heard regularly with the Southwell Minster Choir, where he is Head Chorister.

19 März Jung Hung   Jung Hung  [洪榮宏]
Jung Hung, son of a singer began his own singing career very young.
He recorded from the age of nine. His debut album was released in 1973.
A long list of recordings fills his discography. Hung was awarded a Golden Melody Award for being the best Mandarin Male Vocalist.

20 März Giovanni La Corte   Giovanni La Corte
Participe à l'émission télévisée italienne "Ti Lascio una canzone 2010".

20 März   Kleber e Kelvin

22 März Andreas Mörwald   Andreas Mörwald
Andreas was a soprano, then a mezzo-soprano, member of the Tölzer Knabenchor between 2001 & 2009.

He was Yniold of Pélleas & Mélisande in Hamburg 2005 and a boy of the Magic Flute in Venice and Edinburgh 2006 (Claudio Abbado). Then he was soloist of the Christmas Oratorio in Cologne 2006 (Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden).
In September 2007, Andreas sang the 4th symphony by Mahler and Blaumeer by Helmut Oehring in the Philharmonie of Berlin. Andre Sokolowski wrote Andreas rendition will stay unforgettable for the whole eternity.
In February 2008, he sang the first soprano in the mass in B minor by Bach in the Old Opera of Frankfurt/Main. The director was Paolo Carignani with the Frankfurter Museumsorchester, Aurelius Sängerknaben Calw, Limburger Domsingknaben, Matthias Rexroth, Markus Schäfer and Klaus Mertens. Midou Grossmann wrote "Mit einer glockenreinen Stimme, zugleich wissend sowie ausdrucksstark, er brilliert ebenfalls in den Duetten."
In April 2008, Andreas sang Yniold in Berlin (Staatsoper), under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle. Christine Lemke-Matwey told Andreas was "imposing, with the voice of a begging angel". Wolfgang Fuhrmann wrote "he was impressive and sovereign". Rainer Allgaier wrote Andreas "sang with an astonishing safety". Uwe Schneider wrote "A delight is Andreas who acts as Yniold with the highest level".
In September 2008, he was the sopran soloist in Vesperae solennes de Confessore by Mozart under the direction of Bruno Weil (Klang & Raum in Irsee).
Douglas Neslund wrote Andreas was the current superstar soloist in the California performances in December 2008. He could sing all of the arias in the Christmas Oratorio: a position known in the choir as the "choir joker".
In February 2009, Andreas was (again) Yniold in the State Opera of Hamburg. Wolfgang Hoops wrote : "Yniold is generally nearly forgotten. There is no more danger thanks to Andreas Mörwald, a slim and concentrated boy soprano."
In July 2009, Andreas told he was going to have his voice changed.

22 März   Grímur Helgi Gíslason
Grímur Helgi Gíslason passed away September 20, 2007 at the age of 21.

22 März Kevin Puccio   Kevin Puccio
Participant of the Italian TV show "Ti Lascio una canzone 2010"

23 März Aidan Davis   Aidan Davis
Aidan Davis is Dancer/Rapper/Presenter of BBC's Friday Download from Birmingham, England.

23 März David Meredith   David Meredith
David Meredith was born in Bristol on 23rd March 1982 and was raised in Bath where he attended St Stephen's Church of England Primary School. He started singing at the age of six, encouraged by his piano teacher, Sue Ferguson. In September 1990 he became a chorister at Wells Cathedral with Dr Anthony Crossland, eventually being appointed Head Chorister, a position which he held for two years.

He is a pupil at Wells Cathedral School and he plays the piano and percussion and is a member of the school orchestra.With Wells Cathedral Choir, David has sung many solos and has taken part in several broadcasts and recordings as well as concert tours to Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany and the USA. He is also a soloist on the CD 'The Gift of Christmas'. Apart from singing, his other interests include tennis, which he plays for the school, athletics and horse riding.

23 März   Srully Edelstein  [Yisroel Simcha Yehuda]
Yisroel Simcha AKA "Srully" started off his illustruios career as a star soloist in the Camp Munk choir with a trully genuine angelic voice. After years of fabrengs, colorwars and "sushi making", a famous skit which later made him famous amoungst his peers, he then took his talent even further to perform on Solid Gold, till he eventually, under the care of his mentor Simcha Sussman, was a star soloist on the popular CD Shalsheles, to once again dazzle his audiences. Srully's tender voice and great smile are two traits which make him so popular both on the stage and off. We can expect to hear great things from him in the future.

24 März  Ajsil   Ajsil
Anthony J. Silva better known by his stage name Ajsil,was born March 24, 1999 in Methuen Massachusetts. He later moved to the sunshine state of Florida, USA.

Ajsil grew up in a music environment. Even as a small boy, he could often be found assisting his dad in their home recording studio. His parents always knew their son had talent. As early as the age of four, Ajsil could easily find and sing the harmonies to songs he liked on the radio, as well as make his own beats.With the encouragement of his parents, family and friends, Ajsil posted his first YouTube video at the age of 11.

Musical artists that have influenced and inspired him include: Usher, Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars.

Ajsil demonstrates a passion and love for the music he sings which carries through in every video he creates.

Ajsil is currently working on his own music and looks forward to sharing it here with his fans.

24 März   Manuel Romero

24 März Leandro Vinícius   Leandro Vinícius
Leandro Vinícius was born in Curitiba and he is 13 years old. He began singing as a child and broke out in Brazil after competing in the Young Talents Kids Contest, Raul Gil program. In the program, Leandro came in second, but he secured first place in the hearts of many Brazilians who were won over by his charisma and talent.

26 März Johnny Crawford   Johnny Crawford

26 März  Marc Robin   Marc Robin

26 März Michael Moucka   Michael Moucka

26 März Davide Puleri   Davide Puleri
Participant of the Italian TV show "Ti Lascio una canzone 2010"

27 März Blake Ewing   Blake Ewing
Blake McIver Ewing, born March 27, 1985, began his professional career at six years old on Star Search as the 1992 "Junior Vocalist Champion." That lead to a recurring role on the ABC series "Full House". Blake also co-starred as Duncan on "Minor Adjustments", Corky in the TV Movie "Problem Child 3," and starred as Waldo in the hit comedy feature film "The Little Rascals."

As a recording artist Blake has performed on albums with Natalie Cole, Sheena Easton, and David Foster. Blake received an Ovation Award nomination for his performance in the Los Angeles production of the award winning musical "Ragtime." He 'grew up' while singing on Dr. Robert Schuller's television program "The Hour Of Power". His CD "On This Christmas Night" was available from the Crystal Cathedral Shop. He currently performs voices on the animated series "Hey Arnold," "Recess," and "Lloyd in Space."

27 März Ace Miller   Ace Miller
Ten-year-old Ace Miller continues to strive to reach his dream. Singing since the age of three, he looks up to young singers such as Joey Pearson and Billy Gilman. He got to meet Billy in October 2004.

Ace has also branched off into acting. He has appeared in two independent films ("Much the Same" and "Ethan"), a music video for the band Arcade Fire and a Time Warner TV commercial.

27 März  Jiwon   Jiwon  [Yang Ji-Won]
Korean child trot singer.
Ji-Won started singing when he was four years old.
At the age of 13 he was the youngest singer at the Korean "Liederbühne" TV-Show by KBS. As a 7th-grader he went to secondary school. During holidays he spent his time on his hobby, singing. Ji-Won has started a professional career as a singer. He made his debut in 2006 with his first album. A second album followed in May 2007. A third album was released in the same year.

Trot music is the oldest style of Pop music in Korea. Ji-Won's hit "Mein Arirang" went into the top ten of the South Korean pop charts in August 2007.

Ji-Won has also been learning Japanese and took a major school exam in Japanese. In 2012 he gave his debut in Japan with a CD single as a young man.

28 März Stefan Galea   Stefan Galea
Stefan Galea is a 12 year old Maltese singer born on March 28, 1996. He attends the school of Dun Guzepp Zammit (il-liceo)-Hamrun. He started singing at the age of 8.

In 2001, Stefan began attending Dorien's Choir and sang many medleys with his friends. In 2002, he enrolled in a drama school, where he learned singing, acting, and dancing. In 2006, Stefan formed his voice more by attending singing lessons at Priscilla Psaila, and he took part in many singing competitions. In one competion, he managed to win the overall cup with his performance of the cover song "The Show Must Go On." In his first competion he sang with Rochelle Grech. In 2007, Stefan took part in Maltese movies written and directed by Elio Lombardi. He even went on to make the Christmas speech on the popular TV program Xarabank. In 2008, Stefan took part in a theater performance of Welcome to Hollywood, written and directed by Mark Spiteri Lucas and Hermann Bonaci. In this performance he sang the song "Do Re Mi" with Jade Cini, Nicolette, Joanna Cachia, and Ismael Grech.

Stefan has a real passion for music and singing. He has started to attend many TV programs like Nannu Spagu on One TV, Kids TV, and Ma Gorg-on Family TV.

Stefan's favorite school subjects are ICT, Science, and Home Economics.

stefan also met two eurovision representatives for 2009 from turkey hadise and from the uk(united kingdom)jade ewen.

Stefan is now 13 years old.

and he is also a finalist for the Malta Junior Eurosong 2009.

28 März The Silver Boulders   The Silver Boulders
Nat and Alex Wolff are two young brothers who formed their own rock band while still in pre-school. They have recently starred in a rock and roll musical comedy film for children and adults called "The Naked Brothers Band". This 'fantasy rockumentary' stars the two real life brothers, Nat Wolff age 9, and Alex Wolff age 6, and the real life band, "The Silver Boulders", they started in pre-school with archival footage of their first gig. The Film features original songs written and performed by Nat Wolff including, "Crazy Car," "Got No Mojo," "Hardcore Wrestlers," and "Rosalina," and a special solo performance by Alex Wolff singing his original song "That's How It Is."

Nat is an accomplished singer-songwriter-keyboardist and has composed more than 150 songs since the age of five. Alex started out playing the sax when he was two years old, but decided he liked the drums better, and switched when he was four — then was immediately hired by his brother's Silver Boulders Band. Alex is a natural comedian and is known for the best comeback lines.

29 März   Urban Malmberg

29 März Sawyer Fredericks   Sawyer Fredericks
Sawyer Fredericks is a young singer-songwriter from upstate NY. He is influenced by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Creedence, Keith Urban, Ray LaMontagne, Simon and Garfunkle. Sawyer learned his first guitar chords in the fall of 2010. Since then, he has written over 2 dozen complete songs, and countless "doodles," as he calls them. His greatest challenge has been stage fright; until 2 summers ago, no one but his immediate family (and the cows) was allowed to hear him sing, and his first voice lessons with teacher and mentor, Katy Cole, were conducted with a wall between them. Then, in the summer of 2011, he decided he would attempt a solo performance at the very first Open Mic Night at Happy Jack's Café in Gloversville. It was intimidating, listening to all the talented singers and musicians go before him, and he almost changed his mind. He was so nervous, the whole thing was a blur and he couldn't even hear himself, and while the crowd was cheering, he quickly packed up his guitar and went to the car to recover. But a barrier had been crossed, and since then he has been doing very well-received weekly open mics in Gloversville, Amsterdam, and Fultonville, and performed in benefit concerts in the area. Along with his confidence, his guitar skills and songwriting abilities have blossomed. He has a growing group of fans locally and online in the US, the UK, and Europe, with two of his original songs, "Not My Girl" and "Might Be Brighter," reaching No. 1 and No. 2 on an independent Top 20 chart in England. Videos of his performances can be found on YouTube and on his musician Facebook page. He recently recorded (and copyrighted!) his first demo CD with six of his original songs. Copies will be made available at all performances this year. Check in for event information and updates on his upcoming performances and new songs via his Facebook page and Twitter.

30 März Tyler Miller   Tyler Miller
15 year old Tyler Miller is a rock-pop singer who has become quite well known around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He sings localy in musical theater and has made many pop-rock apperances at venues including the Hard Rock Cafe, Seventeen Magazine events, and the Wildflower Festival. He has also recorded a two song demo.

30 März   John Levitt  [Johnny]
John Levitt trained at the Aida Foster Theatrical School and after appearing in the TV play "The Golden Door" was chosen when 12 years of age to sing the (shared) role of Jerome in the musical "South Pacific", when it opened at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, on 1 November 1951. He also acted on the London stage as Slightly in "Peter Pan" (Scala Theatre, two seasons, 1957-59) and as the servant Dennis in "As You Like It" (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park, 1958). In addition to the duet from "South Pacific", he made a 78 rpm solo disc as "Johnny" Levitt.

30 März Robert Byatt   Robert Byatt
Chorister at St Andrew's Coulsdon and finalist in 1986 BET Young Chorister of The Year.

Classics from the BET Choristers (Guild Records , LP) 1987

31 März Edmund Kayyuen Lo   Edmund Kayyuen Lo
Edmund Kayyuen was born in Downey, California. At the age of 5 he sang Christmas songs, was featured in the TV productions "Christmas Through the Eyes of Children" and "The Children of a Christmas Carol".
In 1982 he was featured again on TV in "A Christmas Parade".
From 1984-1993 he participated in "Kids Incorporated".
(Source of information: Biography from his official fan page)


31 März Ariel Sebastian   Ariel Sebastian
El Argentino Ariel Sebastián nació en Buenos Aires, el 31 de Marzo de 1998. Con 11 años de edad, este joven adolescente ya muestra un increíble talento para la música, lo que combinado con su pasión por Dios, lo lleva a algo grande.

Un niño de corazón sencillo, el menor de 5 hermanos, al que le fascina cantar, y más si es para Dios, que le gusta la naturaleza y disfrutar de su familia.

Sus padres, quienes lo apoyan incondicionalmente, comenzaron a notar su capacidad musical en sus primeros años de vida, cuando entonaba canciones de manera muy afinada, aun balbuceándolas. Por esta razón, es que a los ocho años, comenzó a estudiar Canto y Piano en un instituto privado, donde se perfeccionó en la música.

"Ninguno tenga en poco tu juventud" (1º Timoteo 4.12b). Es una palabra que se ha cumplido en su vida, ya que con su década a cuestas y una voz cautivante, única y privilegiada, ha grabado su primer trabajo discográfico, convirtiéndose así, en él artista revelación mas joven del Pop Melódico.

Su mas reciente trabajo tiene la producción musical de Pablo Ramírez, reconocido productor artístico, el cual ha sido director de A&R (artista y repertorio) en Sony Argentina, Sony México y EMI Argentina.

Roca Eterna lleva por nombre la primera producción de Ariel Sebastián, la que contiene 13 canciones con un estilo pop melódico que reflejan su pasión por Dios y la música. Este joven intérprete lanza al mercado su placa discográfica bajo el sello EMI.

Ya con 11 años esta dispuesto a enfrentar los escenarios del ambiente cristiano para hacerlos participe de este gran sueño que Dios le dio.

31 März   Joseph Haydn
Joseph Haydn was born in Rohrau, Austia. He left his parents house at the age of 6 for his musical education. In 1740 he was brought to the attention of Georg von Reutter, the director of music in St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, who was touring the provinces looking for talented choirboys. Haydn passed his audition with Reutter, and soon moved off to Vienna, where he worked with the Vienna Choir boys for the next nine years as a chorister, the last four in the company of his younger brother Michael. He later became a famous composer.

31 März Clemens Krauss   Clemens Krauss  [Clemens Heinrich Krauss]
Clemens Heinrich Krauss, noted Austrian conductor (known for his association with the works of Richard Strauss) and opera impresario, began his musical career as a Vienna Choir Boy in the Hofkapelle (Imperial Choir). After studying composition and music theory at the Vienna Conservatory, he graduated in 1912 and was quickly appointed chorus master at the Brünn Theater, where he made his conducting debut in 1913. He would go on to work with such notable orchestras as the Vienna State Opera, Bavarian State Opera, Bavarian State Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin State Opera, National Theatre Munich, Vienna Symphony, among others. Kruass died on May 16, 1954 in Mexico City while on tour with the Vienna Philharmonic. [D. Miller]

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