The Texas Boys Choir of Fort Worth
George Bragg, Founder/Director


The Texas Boys Choir of Fort Worth is a non-profit, non-denominational institution now in its twentieth year of offering conservatory-style musical training to 150 boys between the ages of ten and fifteen. This extensive preparation makes it possible for 120 of the youngsters consistently to fulfill requests for appearances demanding a high order of professionalism and to perform with men's choruses and orchestras under the direction of many internationally-known conductors. Both in the United States and abroad, critics and concertgoers have paid high tribute to this versatile group of young Texans under the leadership of the Choir's Founder-Director George Bragg.