Calling all men! You are invited to join us for Orpheus’ 26th Season!
Beginning on Wednesday, August 24, 2016, we rehearse on Wednesdays from 7 to 9 P.M.at Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus Facility, 5770 E. Pima St., Tucson, AZ
and many Saturdays from 8:30 to 10:00 A.M. in Weitzel Hall at St. Cyril Church. northeast corner of Pima St. and Swan Road.
Contact: Grayson Hirst, 520-484-3743
Friday, November 11, 2016, 2:00 P.M. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 3601 South 6th Avenue (see
map), Rose Garden Courtyard
Open to the public. Free Admission.
Sons of Orpheus will sing several patriotic selections to honor the service and sacrifice of veterans.
This event features a number of performers including Sons of Orpheus.
See the Performances page for information on our upcoming Holiday concerts
Learn to Read Music!
Mondays at 7:00 P.M.
A free class, open to all who wish to learn how to read music.
Topics will include notes, rhythm, clefs, key signatures, musical notation,
and any questions brought to the class about reading music.
The Tucson Boys Chorus Building
5770 E. Pima Street, Tucson AZ 85712
Presented in community service by Sons of Orpheus and the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus
For more information, contact Bruce Mortensen at
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The Sons of Orpheus choir was founded in 1991 by the
distinguished American tenor, Grayson Hirst. It is a not-for-profit,
non-sectarian, non-affiliated, community-based choral organization
comprised of men from all walks of life. Members include professional
and amateur musicians, businessmen, retirees, scientists, scholars,
students, engineers, teachers, and others.
Sons of Orpheus provides an opportunity for men to sing
selections from the rich repertoire written for men’s voices.
It parallels such other Tucson groups as choruses for boys, girls,
women, and mixed voices.
Sons of Orpheus outside Mahler Hall, Dobbiaco,
7th Annual Alta Pusteria Choir Festival, June 26, 2004
Sons of Orpheus prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion,
sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference
regarding choir and board membership, staff, volunteers, and guest musicians.
To send us comments or questions about Sons of Orpheus,
please use your email program to contact us using this address.