Whether you sing professionally or as part of a community choir, you need to take care of your voice. Your vocal cords are delicate and unique, and singing your best means treating them...more
This weekend our 16 member a capella ensemble dazzeled audiences at this year's Canton Christmas Spectacular. Vox Audio joined the members of the Stardust Dinner Theater who performed the radio adaptation to the Christmas Classic "It's...more
Sing Stark welcomes Lou Poppovich to the Board of Trustees! Mr. Poppovich's longtime dedication to the arts in Stark County demonstrates a passion that will assist the organization as it pursues new choral initiatives.
The Voices of Canton Celebrating 80th Anniversary Season with a New Look
The Voices of Canton is celebrating its 80th Anniversary Season with a rebrand and new programs fostering the “Joy of Singing...more
Sing Stark announces auditions for the second season of VOX AUDIO, Canton’s...more
The performance of The Voyage by Bob Chicott has been postponed to a future season. For questions regarding ticketing, please call the box office at 330.452.4098.
Senior Sing gave an afternoon perfromance in the lobby of Aultman Hospital. In partnership with Aultman Generations and sponsored by Chapel Hill Retirement Community, Stark County seniors sing to garner the proven health and wellness benefits of singing in a choir. The next session begins March...more
On December 17th, VOX AUDIO gave their premiere performance to an audience of more than 800 patrons at the Glen Oak Performing Arts Center. Voices of Canton's newest ensemble, directed by Brian Kieffer, sang in the Holidays in a cappella style.
Each year John Boyett, artist and owner of Canton Glass Works, creates a special ornament to support our Scholarship program. Here is a sneak peak at this year's ornament which is a gift to you with a contribution of $40 or more to the Voices of Canton Scholarship Fund. Our 59th Annual...more