We are a Catholic youth and young adults choir, formed in 1983, from the Church of the Holy Family, Katong, Singapore.

We sing for the Sat sunset or 6pm mass at Holy Fam.

what do we do?

Every Sat evening, we strive to inspire our congregation with our brand of soulful Catholic music.

We also join in any combined choir for large scale church events such as the Easter Vigil & Christmas Midnight Mass, and are ready to serve the church when called upon.


fellowship, parties & camps

On top of our regular Sat night practices, we have monthly input sessions, and a year-end retreat.

Previous events that we have planned include Lenten vigil, Easter concert, June fun camp/day, december retreat, caroling and presentation/pageant before midnight mass.

the people behind the scenes

GII Committee 2015

Chairperson: Darren Leong

Music Committee Head: Joanna Ortega

Treasurer: Chris Raj

Cantor Head & Minister Mentor: Melvin Tan


the stars

Many young Catholics have gone through GII throughout the past 2 decades. Many still remain to serve God in the choir, while others move on to other endeavours. Regardless, GII has been and always will be an avenue for youth to dream, to shine and to live!

Before we go on the grand and inexhaustible list of GII singers, let us proudly introduce some of our alumni:
Our founders Christopher de Silva – a liturgist and choir director in California, USA; and Father Valerian Cheong
Reggie Pereira – professional drummer/percussionist
Joe Augustin – radio personality
Cheryl Fox – TV newscaster/presenter
May Wong – TV newscaster/presenter
Georgina Chang – TV newscaster/presenter


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