Monaco Boys Choir

U.S. Summer Tour



A perennial favorite on the European choral concert circuit, the Monaco Boys Choir (Les Petits Chanteurs de Monaco), under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II, will return to the United States in 2023 -- after an enforced absence due to COVID-19 restrictions -- for a series of free concerts in New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Savannah, Orlando, Port St. Lucie, Palm Beach and Miami.

Confirmed dates so far 
Preliminary Program

Founded in 1974 by H.S.H. Prince Rainier III to contribute to the Principality’s cultural and artistic heritage, the Monaco Boys Choir is a part of the Monaco Cathedral Choir and is composed of talented boys, aged 9 to 16.


∼ In 2024, the Choir celebrates their 50th anniversary. The photo below right shows Prince Rainier and Princess Grace on the occasion of their establishment in 1974.
This year Monaco marks the centenary of the birth of the Choir's founder, Prince Rainier III, with a series of festivities and celebrations.
For more information, please click here.∼

The ensemble, especially popular for their unusual repertoire of works written for children, have performed concerts in more than 40 nations around the world.

Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco, the Monaco Boys Choir, through the generous support of the Monégasque government, is able to donate its talents to concerts organized on behalf of humanitarian associations throughout the world.

On previous visits to the East Coast, the choir appeared at many venues in New York City (Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Yankee Stadium, Bryant Park, United Nations headquarters, St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church), in Washington D.C. (at the Millenium Stage at The Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the Metropolitan Club, Basilica of the National Shrine, St. Matthew's Cathedral, Children's National Hospital, and the French Embassy), in Palm Beach (Raymond Kravis Center), in Miami (Marlins Stadium, Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Florida International University). They have also appeared live on NBC’s Today Show, FOX Business, and Telemundo.

The musical repertoire of the tour includes musical works by Franck, Saint-Saëns, Gounod, Fauré, Britten, Rachmaninoff, DeFord as well as French and Monégasque folk songs.

The musical director and piano accompanist is M. Pierre Debat, Director of the Monaco Boys Choir, and Chapel Master of the Prince's Palace and the Cathedral of Monaco.

with PrinceRanier-PrincessGrace

Monaco Boys Choir perform in NYC in 2010