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Established in 1988, The Memphis Boy, Girl, and Chamber Choirs are a non-profit community outreach program (incorporated as Memphis Boychoir Inc.) based at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church [] in Memphis, Tennessee since August 2021. Open to auditioned, third-grade and older boys and girls, and adults (chamber choir), the choirs seek to reflect the diversity of the Memphis region and a vision of what can be accomplished in the community by talented and dedicated choristers.   


A Creative And Interactive Musical

Experience For Children & Adults


We offer a unique opportunity to provide the benefits that only music can provide. Choristers participate in weekly rehearsals designed to stimulate academic and creative development as well as learn performance skills, music theory, history and more.


To Provide The Community With A

Unique Musical Opportunity

We provide boys and girls with the unique and multi-faceted experience for which the centuries-old Anglican choral tradition has been known: first-rate musical formation from professional staff within a healthy, supportive, and spiritual after-school environment. Through membership in the ChamberChoir, adults also participate in this dynamic choral experience, both with the BoyChoir and GirlChoir, and as an independent ensemble. 


The parent (501c3) non-profit organization supports 3 choirs.


Boy Choir​

Boys third grade and older with an interest and passion for music


Girl Choir

Girls third grade and older with an interest and passion for music

Memphis Chamber Choir

Adult musicians passionate about choral music sung to a high standard


Dr. Patrick Scott

Artistic Director

Patrick A. Scott is Director of Music & Organist at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee where he is also the Artistic Director of the Memphis Boy & Girl Choir. Prior to his appointment in Memphis, Dr. Scott served for five years at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta as the Organist & Associate Choirmaster. A native of Picayune, Mississippi, he holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance from Birmingham-Southern College where he studied with Dr. James Cook. As a student of Drs. Judith and Gerre Hancock, Patrick earned a Master of Music in Organ Performance & Sacred Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Organ Performance, both from the University of Texas at Austin.

In 2014, Dr. Scott won both the first prize and the audience prize in the American Guild of Organists’ National Competition in Organ Improvisation held at the AGO National Convention in Boston. He has recorded CDs under the Gothic and Raven labels with the cathedral choirs of the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta and as soloist on the Æolean-Skinner organ of Providence United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC, the organ formerly at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. He has presented recitals, workshops, hymn festivals, and masterclasses for chapters and conventions of the American Guild of Organists, the Organ Historical Society, the American Choral Director’s Association, the Royal School of Church Music, and the Presbyterian Association of Musicians.

He is a member of Concert Artist Cooperative,

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