The Phoenix Boys Choir is a Grammy Award winning boys choir based in Phoenix, Arizona and the largest boys' choir in the United States.
Each year the choir performs a full and varied season, beginning in the early fall and ending in late May or early June, followed by their annual concert tour.
Of all of the choir's annual performances, the most attended and most highly publicized are their series of Holiday concerts performed in December. These concerts are performed in churches and concert halls across the Valley of the Sun and contain both Christmas and Hannukah pieces. In recent years the choir has been invited to sing annually at the Arizona Biltmore Resort's tree lighting ceremony.
The choir performs a classics concert-usually in February—featuring traditional pieces in the boys' choir repertoire and one or two annual Pops concerts — usually in May. The program of the pops concert generally is culled from the traditions of Americana, the American Songbook, Broadway show tunes, and pieces from contemporary film, television, and other popular outlets. These concerts often feature a special guest performer.