Land of Lakes Choirboys

The Land of Lakes Choirboys is a nonprofit boy choir organization based near St. Francis, Minnesota in the United States. Consisting of six individual choir ensembles, the organization performs in local, national, and international locations. Through a series of training programs, choristers are taught arts of music, leadership, respect, honor and other elements of human integrity. Known for singing works of various musicians such as Bach and Antonio Vivaldi, the choristers sing religious and secular music. The Land of Lakes Choirboys are supported by various organizations and individual donors.

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... An Evening With the Land of Lakes Choirboys (1999) For the Joy of Singing (2000) Let Us All Be Grateful (2002) Home For Christmas (2003) Steal Away (2004) All Ye Who ...

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