JOIN ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE NAPOLEON M. DOUGLAS FOR A SERIES OF MUSIC THEATRE MASTERCLASSES! EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN OCTOBER, 12:30-3:30 P.M. (See application for specific details!) Register here: Music Theatre Masterclass Registration. FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! ENROLLMENT LIMITED - REGISTER NOW! Fall Registration 2022-23 City Voices
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CITY VOICES is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
You may donate by PayPal here, or send your contribution to:
City Voices, 924 45th Street, Des Moines, IA 50312
Theory students visit the https://cityvoicesdesmoines.org/college-prep-music-theory/ page for assignments and information.
Please tune in for our newest video series “Celebrating Marginalized Composers,” released on our Facebook and Instagram pages. This series will feature students performing songs by composers of all different genres of music from marginalized communities. We hope to shine a light on these often overlooked works and lift them up!
“For You There Is No Song,” by Leslie H. Adams, sung by Damaris Nelson
WE ARE MONITORING THE CURRENT CORONAVIRUS CRISIS AND ARE ADJUSTING OUR OPERATIONS ACCORDINGLY.
THANK YOU BRAVO GREATER DES MOINES
for awarding City Voices the 2020 Spotlight Award! Read about it here:
Annika Baker (Hoover, 11) sings “Running” from “Hot Mess in Manhattan” at the Summer 2019 City Voices recital.
Shaddai Johnson (Roosevelt, 11) sings “Chain of Love” at the Summer 2019 City Voices recital.
Owen Yoder (Lincoln, 11) sings “One Percent” from “String” at the Summer 2019 City Voices recital.
Amanda Eclatt (Brody, 8) sings “Love Me, Love Me Not” at the Spring 2019 City Voices recital.
Damaris Nelson (East, 10) sings “What I Did For Love” from “A Chorus Line” at the Spring 2018 City Voices recital.
ALERT: WHEN DMPS CANCELS CLASSES, THERE WILL BE NO LESSONS AT CITY VOICES EXCEPT BY MUTUAL CONSENT OF TEACHER AND STUDENT. STAY SAFE!
We are members of the Berklee City Music Network. https://www.berklee.edu/city-music-network/meet-network
OUR MISSION: City Voices is a nonprofit organization that provides high quality, individualized voice instruction to underprivileged students in the Des Moines area. Helping students build these skills allows them to more effectively participate in vocal music opportunities around them, including their school and community programs. We also believe that, in doing so, we are mitigating inequalities, facilitating student access to experiences that are frequently out of reach due to a lack of financial resources.
Look around our site – we have lots going on!
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City Voices also offers individual guitar lessons! If you want to sign up for guitar, go to Student Information, enter your information and check “Individual Guitar.” Your instructor will contact you! NOTE: we encourage you to also sign up for voice lessons – to do that, you must complete and return the form above.
Check out our YouTube channel at youtube.com/cityvoicesdsm. See some of our great singers sing greatly!
Check it out – it’s the Performance Project!
North senior Kameron James sings “Se vuol ballare” from “The Marriage of Figaro” at the City Voices Spring 2016 Recital.
Junior Mayte Gomez-Cruz (Junior, North High School) sings “Stars and the Moon” at the City Voices Winter Recital.