Cathedral Voices’ Youth Choir is a group-singing experience designed to help young voices learn healthy singing habits, explore harmony, and practice sound technique. At the end of the workshop, the group will have the opportunity to perform 2-3 songs at Cathedral Voices’ annual holiday performances December 14th and 16th at Walk Festival Hall.
Scholarship aid is available. Please inquire.
Mondays, 4:15-5:00 pm
Workshop Dates: October 29, November 5, 12, 19, 28*, and December 3 *Note, one rehearsal is on a Wednesday. All others are Monday
Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole
1251 South Park Loop Road
FINAL REHEARSAL Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village
December 10th | 5:00-6:00 pm
PERFORMANCES Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village
December 14th | 7pm
December 16th | 4pm
Open to singers grades 2-8
Registration Fee: $125 ($25 discount for 2nd registered sibling)
Online Registration is Closed. Contact us with any questions.
Cathedral Voices embraces musical diversity through creative programming designed to connect, educate, and inspire. Cathedral Voices presents, participates in, and supports community events and activities year-round! Bringing music to elderly citizens and singing for community celebrations are two of the many ways the choirs inspire community, through harmony.
Sunday, November 4, 2018
@ National Museum of Wildlife Art
Performances at 12:30pm and 1:30pm
Harvest on the Hill is part of the Wildlife Art Museum’s First Sundays, offering kids activities, music, and food all afternoon. Admission is free for area locals. We’re providing the music, with several quintet and octet vocal groups performing music of all kinds, as well as a performance by the Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra’s cello ensemble. You’ve experienced I stranger things than this – join us for a surprise!
Serving Students in Teton County
Singing in the Schools
Singing in the Schools is Cathedral Voices’ flagship education program — placing trained adult vocalists into the classrooms to sing with and help choir students as they learn proper vocal technique and the art of choral singing. Over 200 choir students in Teton County School District are served through this program, every year.
Support makes it all possible
Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir is able to offer its programming and community concerts every year free of charge, thanks to the support of its all-volunteer board of directors, choir members, individual donors, and grants. Without this support, none of this would be possible! If you are interested in joining Cathedral Voices in its mission of musical excellence and inspiration, please contact us to learn more about what you can do to make a difference.