This page is dedicated to choirmasters and directors who have passed away.

"Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine:
et lux perpetua luceat eis."

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Hugh M. Ellison

Director

(Retired)

Littlefield HS Boys' Choir

Littlefield, Texas

 

Harvey K. Smith
Founder/Director
(Retired)
Phoenix Boys Choir
Phoenix, Arizona

Stefan Stuligrosz
Founder/Director
Poznaņ Nightingales
Poznaņ, Poland

Joseph Payne
Organist/Choirmaster
Parish of All Saints, Ashmont
Dorchester (Boston), Massachusetts

H. Bert Hallock
Associate Director
Apollo Boys Choir
Palm Beach, Florida

Dr. Alec Wyton
Organist/Choirmaster
Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
New York, New York

Paul Callaway
Organist/Choirmaster
Washington National Cathedral
Washington, D.C.

Dr. Theodore Marier
Choirmaster
Boston Archidiocesan Choir School
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Paul Allen Beymer
Director
Camp Wa-Li-Ro
(Episcopal boychoir camp)
Put-In-Bay, Ohio

George W. Bragg
Founder
Texas Boys Choir
Fort Worth, Texas

William "Doc" Ballard
Director
San Francisco Boys Chorus
San Francisco, California

Jeffri Bantz
Music Director
Florida Singing Sons Boychoir
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Father Dom Ireneu Segara
Director
Escolania de Montserrat
Catalonia, Spain

Paul Forster
Director of Music (retired)
Victorian Boys Choir and Metropolitan Boys Choir
Founder
Australian Children's Choir
Melbourne, Australia

Pierre Balbous
Director
Les Petits Chanteurs de la Vierge Noire
Neuilly S/ Seine, France

Luis Berber
Director (Retired)
Texas Boys Choir
Fort Worth, Texas
Niņos Cantores de Morelia
Morelia, Mexico

Dr. George Guest
Organist/Choirmaster
St. John's College Choir
Cambridge, England

Prof. Heinz Hennig
Founder/Director
Knabenchor Hannover
Hannover, Germany

Paul D. Ziegler
Assistant Director
Columbus Boychoir
Columbus, Ohio

Jerzy Kurczewski
Director
Polish Nightengales
Poland

Dr. Jean-Francois Giacomini
Administrator-General
Congress of European Boychoir Masters
Paris, France

Dr. Roger Wagner
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Los Angeles, California

Dr. John Henry Lyons
Pasadena City Schools - 1925-1953
Pasadena, California

Rev. Fred G. Yerkes
Diocese of Florida (Mission Circuit)
(Six boychoirs)
Jacksonville, Florida

Hermanas Perelsteinas
Founder
Azuoliukas Boys' Choir
Vilnius, Lithuania

Eduardo Caso
Founder/Director

Tucson Arizona Boys' Chorus
Tucson, Arizona

Coleman Cooper
Founder/Director

Apollo Boys Choir
Palm Beach, Florida

T. Tertius Noble
St. Thomas Boys Choir

New York City

William Self
St. Thomas Boys Choir

New York City

Father William Finn
Paulist Choristers

New York City

Herbert Huffman
Founder/Director

Columbus Boychoir
Princeton, New Jersey

Romano Picutti
Vienna Boys Choir

Vienna, Austria
Niņos Cantores de Morelia
Morelia, Mexico

Ferdinand Grossmann
Vienna Boys Choir

Vienna, Austria

Hans Gillesberger
Vienna Boys Choir
Vienna, Austria

Dr. Theobald Shrems
Regensburger Domspatzen

Regensburg, Germany

Henry B. Roney
Roney Boys Singers

Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Clarence Dickenson
Brick Prespyterian Church

New York City

Walter Hall
St. James Church

New York City

Ellsworth Johnson
Church of the Holy Cross

New York City

Gene Roads
The Tulsa Boy Singers

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Dr. Jon Wattenbarger
Paulist Choristers

Los Angeles, California

Kalman Halasz
Texas Boys Choir

Fort Worth, Texas

Mogens Woldike
Drengekor Copenhagen

Denmark

Monseigneur Maillet
Les Petit Chanteurs

Paris, France

William Ripley Dorr
St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Long Beach, California

Paul Eisenhart
Founder
Miami Boychoir and Florida Boys' Choir

Miami, Florida

Obed L. Grender
Director
Wilson Jr. HS Boys' Glee Club

Academy HS Male Chorus/A Capella Choir
Erie, Pennsylvania

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