The oldest choral organization in Oklahoma, the Tulsa Boy Singers, will present a concert 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, at St. Gregory’s Abbey Church in Shawnee.

Music will include “Missa in C” by Mozart, “Magnificat” and “Nunc Dimittis” by Stanford, “O Lord, the maker of all things” by Mundy, “Hear My Prayer” by Mendelssohn and other works.


The oldest choral organization in Oklahoma, the Tulsa Boy Singers, will present a concert 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, at St. Gregory’s Abbey Church in Shawnee.
Music will include “Missa in C” by Mozart, “Magnificat” and “Nunc Dimittis” by Stanford, “O Lord, the maker of all things” by Mundy, “Hear My Prayer” by Mendelssohn and other works.
Tulsa Boy Singers is a community-based, nonprofit, nondenominational organization for musically talented boys ages 8 to 22. They perform throughout the year in the Tulsa area, and go on a concert tour each summer.
In 2007 they toured in Scotland and England, presenting concerts in Edinburgh, Oxford, Durham, York and London. They have toured 18 states in recent years.
Casey Cantwell, an organist and director of music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Tulsa, is the artistic director.