Established in 1872, The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys is the oldest continuously performing choir of it's kind in the country. As the principal choir of The Cathedral of All Saints, the Choir of Men and Boys sings choral services in the Cathedral during the academic term. The choir enjoys an international reputation for musical excellence and acts as a vital link to the ancient choral traditions of England and Europe; all the while remaining distinctly American. In addition to it's liturgical role, the choir is heard regularly in concert and has toured throughout North America and the United Kingdom. The choir is made up of trebles (boys ages 7-14 with unchanged voices) who sing the soprano line, while professional men sing the alto, tenor, and bass parts. Soloists: Jennifer Aylmer, soprano; Kirsten Sollek, contralto; Robert Breault, tenor; Nathaniel Webster, baritone; Josh Cohen, solo trumpet.