Angelic voices from Monaco


As part of their 2013 Asian tour, the Little Singers of Monaco—one of the world’s most renowned boys’ choirs—under director Pierre Debat, will be making their Philippine debut with a series of concerts around Metro Manila from July 9 to 14.

The “little singing ambassadors,” who are under the patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, have performed in over 35 countries and have been featured in 15 albums.

The Little Singers of Monaco will launch their Philippine tour with a performance at the historic Far Eastern University (FEU) Auditorium on July 9 (4:30 p.m.) for their 85th anniversary celebration. This will be followed by a series of performances at The Skydome, SM North Edsa on July 12 (5 p.m.), Greenbelt 5 on July 13 (6 p.m.) and SM Mall of Asia on July 14 (5 p.m.).

The distinct sound of the Little Singers of Monaco emanates from the smooth blending of voices of its twenty-eight choir members who range from ages ten to eighteen. Their repertoire will encompass classical masters such as Bach, Mozart, Verdi, Wagner, Mendelssohn and Charpentier, among others.

The Philippine tour of the Little Singers of Monaco is sponsored by the Consulate General of Monaco headed by Consul General Fortune Ledesma, together with Sinagtala management for Filipino Performing Arts Executive Director Martin Lopez in cooperation with the Department of Tourism.


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