Apollo Club of Boston

A Men's Chorus Founded in 1871

Apollo Club of Boston

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 choral singing history. Today, as we celebrate our 153rd year, we have a membership of approximately 25 business and professional men.

The Apollo Club is partially supported by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. 

Apollo Club of Boston, Spring 2024

Apollo Club performing national anthems before a Boston Red Sox game in Fenway Park

Apollo Club Conductor

Steven Lipsitt

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, Broadway tunes, sea chanteys, and selections from the rich classical and semi-classical music repertoire. Our choir practices on Mondays in Boston's historic Beacon Hill. We hope you'll join us.

Choral singing increases happiness!