Who are the Monterey Peninsula Voices?


The Monterey Peninsula Voices are a user-friendly group for both our members and for our audiences (we like to mix it up in terms of program offerings, with something for everyone).

There’s so much wonderful music to be heard in the Monterey/Carmel region that our Conductor has developed a knack for finding ways we can stand out from the crowd.

We’re more than just a collection of people who get together once a week to sing. We’ve become an extended family whose activities and interests go beyond singing. So even if you’re not a singer, there are many ways you can become a part of our group and enjoy the benefits of working and playing with this diverse, talented, warm group of people.

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Registration is now CLOSED for the SPRING 2023 season.

MPV is a non-auditioned choir that is always looking for good singers.  If you can hear a pitch and sing it, you can be a part of our choir!  Our next sesason will begin in August, 2023 with concerts on the second weekend of December. Click here to get more information on being a member of MPV.

Our Mission:  To create community through the joy of learning and sharing choral music.

Our Vision:  To sing in a healthy, vibrant, and harmonious world where people of every ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and ability feel respected, valued, and appreciated.

Spring 2023 Concerts

This Spring, the Monterey Peninsula Voices  will collaborate with the choirs at Salinas High School and Pacific Grove High School to encourage our community to reach out and love each other more, and truly see each other as we are and as we might be someday!  We want to empower and equip our youth to keep dreaming, keep loving, and stand strong together!  Our concert, "Stronger Together", will be performed three times:
  • Friday, May 12 at Salinas High School, concert at 7 pm, 
  • Saturday, May 13 at Santa Catalina School, concert at 7 pm, 
  • Sunday, May 14 at Santa Catalina School, concert at 2 pm,
Tickets on sale soon.
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