If you visited the Canton Brewing Company on August 19th, there was more than just great food and brews to enjoy that evening. If you wandered downstairs to the Speakeasy, you could hear the strains of 'Ho Hey' (The Lumineers) and 'Sweet Caroline' (Neil Diamond) being sung by a new chorus in...more
Do you know VOCI's Dolly Levi?
Patty Carmola is VOCI's Dolly. She is from Massillon Ohio, is a cancer survivor......find out more about Patty and VOCI's last performance of the season; "Hello, Dolly" from...more
VOCI Scholarship's are for Adults, High School Students, and College Students who are interested in pursuing Vocal Education or Voices Lessons.
Below are some of the pictures from VOCI's 2014-2015 Scholarship Luncheon. The Luncheon is a way for us to celebrate our VOCI Scholarship winners...more
Have you ever seen the movie "School of Rock" with Jack Black?
If you haven’t seen the movie, it is about a man name Dewy Finn (Jack Black), who inspires a group of students to...more
You can help continue VOCI’s 57 year tradition of providing scholarships to gifted singers of Stark County and beyond! Voices of Canton: Many Voices….One Passion! Not only does VOCI have a passion to sing but for 57 years they have done their part to instill this...more
Ed McGrew has been with VOCI for a span of 6 decades. Ed is living proof that with a positive attitude and a passion you can do anything. View his story at The Canton Repository.
As this season is about to end, VOCI is reminded by all the fun memories of their 75th Season by The Canton Repository. M.J. Albecete, from The Canton Repository, wrote an article about VOCI’s trip to Washington D.C. Check it out...more
Thrilling! Inspiring! Those are the words that come to mind as I think of the VOCI Scholarship Auditions that were held this past Sunday, May 3rd in Cable Recital Hall at the Cultural Center for the Arts in Canton.
For nineteen-year-old VOCI alto Kaylynn Lanzer, joining VOCI was a natural fit. Kaylynn first became acquainted with VOCI through her mom, Jody, who is also a VOCI member. Kaylynn would come with her mom to VOCI practices, and she soon got to know many other VOCI members and realized it was a...more
VOCI was priveledged to have ML Schultze, award winning reporter for WKSU, write a feature story on our performances of the Civil War Cantatas and upcoming trip to Washington DC. http://www.wksu.org/news/story/42125
M.J. Albacete, former Director of the Canton Museum of Art, performs Boris Goldovsky, founding director of the Canton Civic Opera, at a recent VOCI concert.
VOCI has had many memorable moments over the years, and the founding years are no exception. Just watch and see why.
VOCI is partnering with the Onesto to offer you the pairing of a great concert and fine Italian cuisine. Chef Raphael Vaccaro brings a classic Italian buffet to the lobby of the Historic Onesto.
Tickets for the Civil War Cantatas and Italian Buffet Package are $33 for adults, tax and...