St. Paul’s Choir is an intergenerational choir of trained boy and girl choristers with adults, that sing weekly services, evensongs, and concerts with orchestra at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis. This parish, founded in 1866, is the largest Episcopal congregation in Indiana. St. Paul’s Choir has sung choral services in great cathedrals during tours within the United States and Great Britain, and they have released seven recordings. This choir has served as a model for other intergenerational choirs throughout the nation. The fall of 2004 marked the inauguration of St. Paul’s Choir School and Choral Scholar Program. This innovative program involves young singers and engages them in excellent choral literature, Christian formation and private music lessons. The chamber choir, Indianapolis Pro Musica, was founded by Frank Boles in 1984. The ensemble of trained singers focuses on the art of a cappella singing. Singers from the group come from various professions in the Indianapolis community and are active singers in their own church choirs.