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2017 Young Voice Competition

Sunday, March 5th at 3 PM: Master Class featuring internationally known soprano, Mardi Byers and Daniel Brink, piano. Located in the Flex Room of the Cornerstone Theater (SE corner of Cascade and Cache la Poudre) Colorado College. Free to the public.

Sunday, March 12th at 3 PM: Finals in Packard Hall, Colorado College (SW corner of Cascade and Cache la Poudre). Free to the public.

The Pikes Peak Opera League's 5th Annual Young Voice Competition offers an exciting event for promising young high school singers. Two separate sets of judges choose a designated number of finalists to whom cash awards are given in order to help these young people continue their arts education. Both the Master Class and the Finals Recital are free and open to the public. PPOL is proud to provide experience, opportunity and support to young singers of our region.

For a description of the Competition, download the Flyer by clicking this link.

Download the Competition Rules by clicking this link.

Program for March 1, 2017 at 9:30 AM

Village at Skyline, Skyline Room, 2365 Patriot Heights, COS.

Celebration Multicultural EnsemblCopy of February 1st Meetinge

The Celebration Multi-cultural Ensemble is an exciting choral group founded by Peggy Shivers as an extension of the Shivers fund at Pikes Peak Library District. The goal of CME is to preserve the rich history and heritage of the negro spiritual through education and performance and to create a musical experience that includes representation from the diverse cultures in the Colorado Springs community. The group was nominated for the "best small group performance" category for the prestigious Pikes Peak Arts Council's annual awards ceremony. Their presentation of James Weldon Johnson's "God's Trombones" has received high acclaim. Delton Eason directs and Vicki Norris is the accompanist for the group. Mary Eiber was a loyal member of CME and served as its President before her untimely death.

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Chad Reagan

April 5, 2017 at 9:30 AM Program: Chad Reagan & Michelle Diggs Thompson

Fellowship Hall, First United Methodist Church

Hailing from Denver, Colo., baritone Chad Reagan has crafted a career on both operatic and musical theater stages throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Most recently he was seen performing as Guglielmo in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte with Opera Theatre of the Rockies. Currently he serves on the voice faculty at the University of Colorado at Denver and on the music faculty at the Community College of Denver.

American soprano Michelle Diggs Thompson has appeared with Opera Fort Collins, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, the Colorado Wind Ensemble, the Larimer Chorale, the Littleton Chorale, the Boulder Messiah Chorale and Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of the Springs, the Longmont Symphony, the Vocal Arts Symposium, and the Rocky Mountain Center for the Musical Arts.