About Us

The Musical Island Boys are an a cappella quartet, who combine four-part harmonic excellence with the class and elegance of their Pacific roots, delivering high-energy performances to audiences worldwide. Their talent for entertaining and inspiring internationally with their soaring harmony is backed by a rock solid foundation of over 50 years of combined, real-world experience as International performers.

The quartet has received countless National and International Barbershop awards, and are three-time National Barbershop Quartet champions, smashing NZ record books each time they have competed. The boys won Gold at the 2004 Pan Pacific Competition, and in 2006 made history, securing World Championship U25 Gold in Indianapolis, being the first quartet from outside of the United States to capture the prestigious trophy.

The boys are now the current 2014 World Champions, having beaten a field of over 50 of the best quartets in the World in Las Vegas. This is the highest possible award in Barbershop, and there is no bigger accolade than this!

The quartet continues to deliver dazzling performances of vocal range and skill, entertaining both young and old with their dynamic polyphony and immaculate delivery of the craft. International barbershop audiences as far reaching as Sweden, Holland, Korea, Japan, Australia, and throughout the world have enjoyed the rich tapestry of sound created by the quartet. Their commitment to personal excellence, as well as their infectiously energetic style of performance makes the Musical Island Boys one of the most distinctive and unique quartets in the World today.

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