Apollo Club of Boston

Rehearsing at the Harvard Musical

Association on Beacon Hill

The Club performing its annual Holiday Concert at the Boston Public Library, December 2012.


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Welcome to the Apollo Club of Boston's

website.  We are the second-oldest

continuously-active men's singing group in

the United States.  Founded in 1871, the

Club has a long and distinguished history.

Today we have a membership of

approximately 30 Boston-area business and

professional men and rehearse Tuesday

evenings in a beautiful space at the foot of

Boston's Beacon Hill.


A Men's Chorus Founded in 1871


A Men's Chorus Founded in 1871


The Club's purpose is simple: to promote musical literacy and an appreciation of the

art of men's choral music, and to share with our audiences the pleasure of men's

voices singing songs old and new -- folk songs, love songs, show tunes, sea chanteys,

and selections from the rich classical and semi-classical music repertoire. We hope

you'll join us. Choral singing increases happiness!




Flossie Dunn retires

in June, becoming

Conductor Emerita.

Steven Lipsitt

becomes the new

Apollo Conductor in