Friday, November 9, 2012

Keystone State Boychoir to perform at Widener University

Widener University will host the Keystone State Boychoir as part of Multicultural & International Week.

Lead by Joseph P. Fitzmartin, music director, and Steven M. Fisher, associate music director, the Keystone State Boychoir consists of 150 boys between the ages of 8 and 18 who sing a broad array of music.

WHO: Keystone State Boychoir – Pennsylvania’s Boychoir

WHAT: The Keystone State Boychoir will perform as part of Multicultural & International Week at Widener University

WHEN: Monday, November 12, 7 p.m.           

WHERE: Alumni Auditorium, Widener University

Founded in 2001, Keystone State Boychoir has received unprecedented success for an ensemble so young. It is considered one of the finest community-based boychoir programs in the country. They have song with the most distinguished ensembles include the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Opera Company of Philadelphia. They have also toured in Chile, Japan, Germany, and South Africa, as well as a number of other countries. For more information on the boychoir, visit

This event is a part of the Multicultural & International Week which runs from Monday, November 12 – 16, and includes a wide variety of activities ranging from performances and movies to bazaars and fashion shows.

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