The North Carolina Boys Choir will perform a concert 7 p.m. Monday at Zion Lutheran Church, 2215 Brandywine Lane, York.
The concert is free, open to the public, and handicap accessible. A reception will be held after the concert to provide an opportunity to meet the members of the choir.
The North Carolina Boys Choir is one of the older, more successful boy choirs in the United States now completing its 43rd season. It was founded as the Durham Boys Choir by its present musical director and designated the North Carolina Boys Choir in 1983 by the Governor of North Carolina.
The choir has enjoyed a close relationship with Duke University Chapel, where it presents two major concerts each year, and has joined with other Duke choral organizations through the years in major choral works.
The program on Monday will include works of Wesley, Handel, Rutter, Bach, Schubert, Schumann, Bernstein, Mendelssohn, Bairsow, Hogan, Libera, Diack, Haskell, Manilow/Brymer, and Tallis.
For more information, contact church at NotesofGrace4u@yahoo.com or 717-767-4673.