They Don’t Make Sopranos the Way They Used To

“We have only a short time, from age 9 until 12, to squeeze in all the musical training for the boys,” said Stefan Altner, manager of the St. Thomas Boys Choir and once one of its singers. When he started working at the choir in 1993, most voices broke when boys were 14 or 15, he said. Now the average is closer to 13.

via Leipzig’s St. Thomas Boys Choir deals with change – The Washington Post.