The Wilmington Boys Choir

at St. Paul's

Discovery Nights
Be a choir boy for a day!
Tuesdays, September 13 & 20
6 pm | St. Paul’s Episcopal

Fall Concert

Friday, October 28, 6 pm

St. Paul's Episcopal

Upcoming News & Events

Our Staff

Ronnie Wise, Music Director
Ronnie is responsible for the overall artistic management of the choir including musical selections, rehearsals and performances.  He is also the Director of Music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Nicole Thompson, Managing Director/Voice Teacher
Nicole joined the staff in January 2015 as Voice Teacher.  She is responsible for managing the choir, which includes marketing, communications, public relations, scheduling and all business affairs of the choir.  As a gifted singer and teacher, she provides voice lessons for the boys at rehearsal. If your son would like additional lessons outside boys choir, please let us know.

Richard Rhoads, Assistant Director

Richard brings a vast knowledge of training and working with younger voices.  Richard accompanies performances and services and works with the boys in rehearsal.  He is also Assistant Director of Music and Organist at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

Joanne Arntsen, Assistant Director and Director for Junior Choir
Joanne works with the boys in rehearsals, helping them learn parts.  She also works with the youngest members of the choir.

Brent Trubia, Accompanist
Brent accompanies the choir for rehearsals and performances.

Who We Are

The Wilmington Boys Choir is back after almost 20 years under our new director, Ronnie Wise. The Wilmington Boys Choir strives to instill principles of integrity, character, achievement, and a strong work ethic. No religious affiliation is required to become a member, and all members are between ages 6-13.

Did you know that a positive and rewarding experience in music has a positive impact on the personal and social development of children? With the Wilmington Boys Choir, your son has the chance to contribute to our community's culture, learn about music, grow and achieve while making friends and having fun!

The Gift of Voice

The choir meets every Tuesday night at 6:00 PM for practice, followed by dinner at 7:00 PM. Performances include about 10 concerts & services per semester. In the past, The Wilmington Boys Choir has performed at Westminster Abbey, Biltmore House, and Duke University Chapel.

What We Do