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SENTINEL TRIBUNE AREA FOCUS Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Page l 0 at the Gladiator School, had a spectacular view Fountain, and joined the immense crowds in line for the Vatican Museums, including the Sistine The choir's tour concluded in Rome on June 26 Mass at Saint Peter's tion concert with Cord I Pina di Roma at Saint Agnes Boychoir or to read their tour blog and see pictures of Church.their time in Italy, visit . Although the Pope did not celebrate Mass the day the The Minnesota Boychoir, founded ~ 1962, is the choir visited St. Peter's, Johnson said the choir was oldest boychoir in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metro- anxious and excited all the same. "The bovs all real- ized and knew that they were about to do something has pretty fantastic," he said. With about 1500 people seat- also about great kids being nurtured by great experienc- Symphony, the Prague Philharmonic, Garrison Keillofs es," said Johnson. , and honor to tour A Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio, conduct the choir in such historic and beautiful church- ferent collaborations with the Minnesota Orchestra (A Scandinavian Christmas and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana), had a first-time appearance with the Great Northern Union Chorus, and performed Mahler's Symphony #3 with the University of Minnesota Orchestra and Chorus. The choir's schedule also includes national and inter- national tours. Past tours have thrilled Anniversary Season in 2007, the choir head- lined the World Voices Australia International them develop a sense of poise and self-eonfi- education and performance. A choirboy is challenged to sing welt, stand tall, stay on schedule, take pride in his appearance, and and The Tour Choir is comprised of two most select ensembles, Allegro and Cantabile. 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