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Italy Tour

DSC00222 - compressedSeveral of us participated as part of a USC Aiken Festival Choir for a performance tour to Italy. In addition to us, this ensemble contained seven very talented students from the USC Aiken Concert Choir and many members of the Masterworks Chorale. We performed in Orvieto (Aiken’s sister city), Florence, Perugia, and Rome (St. Peter’s Basilica). What a humbling experience it was to sing in those historic cathedrals!

Welcome to South Boundary Singers

Welcome to the home of the South Boundary Singers. We are a male, mostly a cappella ensemble that performs in Aiken, SC and around the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area). We have been singing for our whole lives and have taken it as our task to help develop a culture of singing in our town. Take a look around our website and learn about us and our service to the community.

Want to sing with us? South Boundary Singers is always looking for talented singers. We rehearse on Thursday nights from 7 – 8:45 in the choir room at Aiken’s Trinity United Methodist Church.  Please use the Contact Us form to arrange an audition or to get in touch with us.

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On the Road Again

We had a great trip to Fairfax, Virginia last May and had a great reception by our hosts at Fairfax Baptist Church.  Thanks Charlotte Balis, Pastor Ritz and congregation for a great time.   Here is a picture of our Sunday … Continue reading

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Our third CD  “Still Hooked” is  available.  You can order it through our contacts page on this website by email.  The original artwork is by A.C. Daniel, at the time a student at Aiken High, and now in the fine … Continue reading

School-Based Choirs

18 boys are now singing Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  Very exciting.

Nearly 30 at East Aiken – pretty exciting too.

And nearly 30 at Chukker Creek.  Yes, exciting

County-wide auditioned choir – Bound to Sing

Now in their third season, James Bennett, Kathleen Cartledge and a team of adults are leading this boys project.  Currently 17, performing at St. Thaddeus Episcopal at 3 PM, December  6