THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT BOTH APPLETON CONCERTS ON DEC. 15. From Christmas carols you know to beautiful compositions telling the story of the Nativity, celebrate Christmas with 85 newVoices vocalists in the majestic St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Bring your whole family to celebrate the true meaning of the season with us in jubilant song Please note: THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT.Tickets
Please join us for sacred music in sacred spaces to celebrate the miracle of Christ’s birth! This holiday concert features your favorite carols, hymns and songs of the Nativity including sing-alongs. Proclaim the true meaning of the season with us in jubilant song in this beautiful venues—a perfect holiday celebration for the whole family. Please note: these popular concerts sell out quickly so get your tickets early!Tickets
For this year's annual cabaret fundraiser, we take you on a journey around the globe! While you and your friends dine on hors d’oeuvres, sip cocktails, and bid on fantastic items, our talented singers hit the stage with sultry solos, charming duets, jazz standards, Broadway ballads, and pop songs creating stories from near and far. This glitter-filled, fun evening is hosted by WBAY-TV's Bill Jartz and we'll raise funds to support newVoices mission, tickets are $75/person.Tickets
Our Spring finale brings newVoices and the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra together again to the stage of Lawrence Memorial Chapel.
We bring you a rich, varied program with music from contemporary masters of choral music that expresses the everlasting light music brings to our lives. Featured works are melodic, celebratory, and moving. Featuring “Into the Light,” a masterwork from Jake Runestead who is one of the stars of contemporary music—this is a melodic piece with crisp harmonies and a text expressing universal statements of love and light. Joining us will be members of the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra.
(This concert opened our 18/19 season in October.) We are shocked, sad, and even angry when one precious life is ended. Suicide is a major issue affecting our young people and we will dive into music that reflects the personal struggle, the public outcry, and the communal efforts underway to stop suicide now. Featured pieces include compositions by Eric Whitacre, Jake Runestad, and Elaine Hagenberg all capturing the pain and suffering of loss, but within a context of great beauty. Joining us will be our High School Master Singers: top choral students representing 17 different high schools who practice and perform alongside our adult musicians.Tickets