FALL SESSION BEGINS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH! INDIVIDUAL VOICE LESSONS, BERKLEE KEYBOARD THEORY AND INDIVIDUAL GUITAR LESSONS WILL BE AVAILABLE!
Print out the application below and send to: Mary Anne Sims, 924 45th Street, Des Moines, IA, 50312.
If you want to sign up for guitar, use the form below. We are limited in space – your instructor will contact you if you are selected. NOTE: you must also sign up for vocal lessons in order to take guitar – you must complete and return the form above.
Check it out – it’s the Performance Project!
WELCOME! City Voices is a progressive, community-centered, after-school tuition-free music program providing vocal instruction to urban students with financial need in the neighborhood in which they live.
Check out our YouTube channel at youtube.com/cityvoicesdsm. See some of our great singers sing greatly at the Winter Recital!
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS – 5 of our graduating seniors are attending college on scholarships to study the arts. Access to the required literature increases access – and makes a difference! We are very proud of these young people!
DANIEL LUCKETT (Roosevelt) will attend Southwestern Community College’s School for Music Vocations where he will study Vocal Performance and Music Production, as well as play basketball.
REBEKAH OSTERMANN (North) will attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where she will study Vocal Performance.
MATTHEW HAWKINS (Roosevelt) will attend the University of Iowa and study Vocal Performance and Music Education.
ALEXIS COLE (Roosevelt) will attend the University of Iowa and study Directing and Theater Arts, with a minor in Vocal Performance.
MICHAEL XAYAVONG (North) will attend Columbia College (Chicago, IL) where he will study Musical Theater and Directing.
Junior Mayte Gomez-Cruz (Junior, North High School) sings “Stars and the Moon” at the City Voices Winter Recital.
Junior Kameron James (Junior, North High School) sings “Man of LaMancha” at the City Voices Winter Recital.
Roosevelt senior Matt Hawkins sings “Seeing You There” in the Roosevelt January Jive Show.