To foster musicality and self-confidence in urban young men and to evoke positive social change in our community through performances and mentorship.
From New Orleans, LA, The Royal Boys Choir consist of young men, ages 9-17, singing of hope and change. We aspire to spread the message of love and non violence throughout the World.The Royal Boys Choir was formed during the unfortunate closing of Miller McCoy Academy, an all boys public school that was on a mission to change the lives of urban young men. The Miller McCoy Boys Choir had just been formed and was being recognized all over the city. The choir was featured on WDSU News, WGNO News, and other broadcasting stations. Once the decision was made to close the schools doors, many wondered what would happen to the choir. Reginald Varnado Jr., the choir's director, decided to continue the choir under a new name.
The Pleasant Valley Missionary Baptist Church graciously opened their doors to The Royal Boys Choir. Now consisting of middle and high school age boys from around the city, the Royal Boys Choir will continue to spread its message to whomever will listen.
What we Offer
For The Boys
Music Performance Training
Field Trips , local & Out-of-State (for education & mentoring)
Community service opportunities
For The Community
Inspiring and uplifting Performances
A positive view of our urban young men