Warsaw Boy's Choir
Warsaw Boys Choir - Cesar Franck - Domine non secundum
Warsaw Boys Choir - G. F. Haendel - Alleluja
The Warsaw Boys Choir was formed in 1990 at the Warsaw Music Academy upon the suggestion of the Academy Professor
Andrzej Chorosiński. Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz, lecturer and assistant at the Department of Choral Conducting, was the founder,
artistic director and the choirmaster. The Choir is composed of boys aged between eight and fourteen, who attend Warsaw primary
schools. In 1998 a men's choir was also founded, and make up an integral part of the entire Choir composed of secondary school
boys who had recently left the boys' choir.
The Warsaw Boys' and Men's Choir perform at thirty to forty concerts each year in Poland and internationally. Their repertoire is
quire extensive and ranges from Gregorian Chant to the contemporary including performances of music by Polish composers.
Recordings include music from Pergolesi, Schubert and Mendelssohn to Penderecki and George Crumb.