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December 17, 2017
4:00 pm

The Golden Gate Boys Choir and Bellringers present their Annual Old English Christmas Feast & Revels on Sunday, December 17  from 4PM to 8PM at Saint Mary’s Cathedral at 1111 Gough Street in San Francisco.

Treat yourself, family and friends to the grandeur of Old England.  ‘Tis a wonderful way to experience the beauty, the pageantry, the tradition, and the enduring joys of Christmas.  Witness the splendor of the heralds and singers, minstrels and jesters, brass and bellringers, as well as, the Lord and Lady of the feast with Wassail, Roast Beef and Shepherd’s Pie.  Now fetch the viands, Bring on the wine, To eat is human; To feast Divine!

Tickets are available on the GGBC Website at and need to be ordered by December 13.  Tickets are $150 for adults and $80 for children.  Angel Tables can be purchased for $1,750.

The Golden Gate Boys Choir and Bellringers, who have been building bridges of understanding through music,  is celebrating its 30th year of educating boys and young men in the choral and handbell arts.  

Founded in 1988, The Golden Gate Boys Choir is a member of Pueri Cantores USA and Pueri Cantores International, the official choral music association of the Roman Catholic Church.  We are a regional Catholic Boys Choir, which draws many of our member boys and families from parochial and private Catholic Schools.  The choir is led by Founder and Artistic Director Mr. Steven J. Meyer.

Boys of any denomination are welcome as choir members, keeping in mind that they sing liturgical music for Masses and other liturgical events, Christmas Carols and other religious music, as well as folk songs, selections from Broadway musicals and patriotic pieces.  Pueri Cantores International states that anyone who is willing to "sing to the world of God's peace" through music is a welcome collaborator in our efforts to praise God, provide inspiration and offer an excellent music education to our members.”

For more information, please go to our website at

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