We are so excited to be presenting our music workshops this summer.
We hope you can join us each Tuesday evening beginning June 28 and continuing through July 26. This can be a big help to anyone who wishes to enhance their knowledge of music and singing. If you ever wanted to explore the possibility of your talent, this is your opportunity!
The Verde Baptist Choir and Praise Band welcome the Rainbow Acres Rancher Choir for a joint concert on Saturday, May 14 at 3:00.
In a performance called “Getting to Know You”, Verde Baptist choir director Neil Manzenberger will conduct its 40 voices, which will be accompanied by the Verde Baptist Praise Band. Speakers and videos introducing Rainbow Acres to the audience will highlight this longstanding Christian community that provides homes with heart and lives of purpose and dignity for adults with developmental disabilities, called Ranchers.
For several numbers, the 16 member Rancher Choir will add its joyous talents and enthusiasm to the musical hour. You will enjoy every moment of this special show in the sanctuary at Verde Baptist Church at 102 S. Willard Street in Cottonwood. Doors will open at 2:30, to give audience members an opportunity to browse handcrafted items made by many of the 95 Ranchers at Rainbow Acres.
This exceptional concert is open to the public at no charge.
Workshops Designed to keep you musically happy!
June 28 - Song Circles with Michael Steele
July 5 - Music Boot Camp, Rhythm Series
July 12 - Music Boot Camp, Pitch Series
July 19 - Music Boot Camp, "Reading The Book" Series
For more information about the Verde Valley Voices, their upcoming concerts and events, or tickets please contact: email@example.com
Verde Valley Voices, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization and welcomes your tax deductible donation (tax deductible within the limits of the law). Donations are used to cover the costs of purchasing music, hall rental, and other operating expenses. Content copyright 2015. Verde Valley Voices. All rights reserved.
Support for the Verde Valley Voices is generously provided through a grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts.