South Boundary Singers is inspired by the King’s Singers, Chanticleer, the Whiffenpoofs, a cappella groups like “Straight No Chaser” and “Cantus”, the “US Army Chorus”, and the “Cornell Glee Club”. Our musical program ranges from the Renaissance to the contemporary, from sacred to secular, two to eight voice parts and we even occasionally feature a guitar, flute, two trombones, piano, a full-sized jazz band, large SATB choruses and even a symphony orchestra.

We are a male, mostly a cappella ensemble that formed in 2007. We perform in Aiken, SC and around the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area). We have taken it as our task to help develop a culture of singing in our town.

We have established an endowed scholarship for music students at the University of South Carolina, Aiken (USCA) and award annual scholarships of $1000 to a worthy music student. We support local musical groups with our money and time. We also founded a county-wide auditioned young boys group called “Bound to Sing”. We support local charities with our voices and perform for clubs, churches and senior centers throughout the area. We have commissioned choral works and have collaborated on musical projects with many local choral and instrumental groups.

You may reference our bylaws here.

The South Boundary Singers is registered as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit organization.

This organization is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.