Apollo Club of Boston

A formal portrait of Club members and accompanist Rob Humphreville,

spring 2015.

Apollo Club sings at POW/MIA Recognition



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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, as we celebrate our 145th year, we

have a membership of approximately 25

business and professional men.

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!


A Men's Chorus Founded in 1871


A Men's Chorus Founded in 1871


Flossie Dunn

Hands Baton to

Steven Lipsitt


Apollo Club Completes

Its 145th Year


Following her

retirement in June,

2015, our beloved

Flossie accepted the

post of Conductor

Emerita. She will advise

the Club and its new

dynamic Conductor,

Steven Lipsitt.  The

club will benefit from

their combined

experience and their

award-winning careers

in choral music.