Keystone State Boychoir celebrates the holiday season [photos]

Germantown community-based choir Keystone State Boychoir performed their Holiday Concert series over the weekend at First Presbyterian Church on Chelten Avenue. 

The concert included an enthralling repertoire of classical holiday songs sung with the vibrant sound of the boys and enhanced by their compelling stage presence.

Founded and under the direction of Joseph Fitzmartin and Steven Fisher, 190 boys between ages of eight and 18 rehearse once or twice a week, depending on singer’s age and experience. KSB has performed in nations distinguished venues as well as many of the world’s major concert halls such as Manaus Opera House in Brazil, Hanoi Opera House in Vietnam to name a few.

Most recently, the boys had the honor of singing for Pope Francis on his visit to Philadelphia.

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