Moscow Boys Choir

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The Moscow Boys Choir (Russian: Московский хор мальчиков) is a choral group of boys from Moscow, Russia.


Founded in 1957, the performing chorus is an all-boy choir under the direction of Leonid Baklushin.

Voices & Performances[edit]

Although most of the boys are sopranos, the adolescents also attain bass, baritone, and tenor range. There are usually 28–35 voices.

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