The Phoenix Boys Choir’ free music workshop returns Saturday, Feb. 14, with a special theme spotlighting Black History Month and patriotism.

Boys from around the Valley are invited to participate in the morning workshop to learn how to sing, read music and perform through fun activities themed around patriotic music, including the study of the “Star Spangled Banner” and spiritual African music. The workshop culminates in a short performance for parents and friends to showcase everything the boys learned in the workshop.

Boys will also enjoy a short performance by the Phoenix Boys Choir.

The PBC Experience Music Workshop takes place from 9 a.m.-noon at the Phoenix Boys Choir building, 1131 E. Missouri Ave. There is no cost for the camp. Snacks and water will be provided. Registration is at

Participating boys will sing alongside current Phoenix Boys Choir members studying the fundamentals of expressive choral singing, music literacy, and concert etiquette lead by members of the Phoenix Boys Choir Artistic staff and Phoenix Boys Choir alumni. Campers will participate in team-building activities to help build character, self-confidence, and promote a unified ensemble.

The PBC Experience Music Workshops are supported by Scottsdale League for the Arts. For information, call 602-264-5328, ext. 21.


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