Voices Rock welcomes everyone, whether you’re a seasoned singer or have never performed in your life and finally want to take the leap.
Rehearsal cycles run for ten weeks and culminate in a performance at the end of the session.
Voices Rock has several Denver locations to choose from! Check out our Join Now page for locations, dates, and times.
Can’t attend every rehearsal? No problem! We provide Drop Box recordings for you to listen to at your convenience. Once you are a member and the session begins, you will receive access to our Member portal where you will find everything you need for fun and successful session!
The goal of Voices Rock is to build community, and we provide several social opportunities outside of rehearsal for our fantastic members to get to know each other. We also strive to help our community through charity and several outreach performances each year.
Reasons to Join
- You love to sing!
- It’s yoga for the brain
- You get to meet new people
- You’ll learn more about music
- We create and build community
- We get to do something meaningful together
- Everyone has a voice and a right to sing!
- Music is good for the soul.
- It’s so much fun!
Want to experience Voices Rock?
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Before You Come:
- Stay up-to-date with our email communications
- Listen to the recordings of our current songs on Dropbox!
- Leave all your cares at the door and get ready to sing your heart out!
What To Bring:
- Feel free to bring you beverage of choice and share if you wish!
- Help the planet – bring a reusable cup!
- A pencil and/or highlighter
- You might want a binder or folder to keep your music organized
Meet The Team
Co-Founder & Musical Director
Co-Founder, Strategic and Creative Director
Anna Kaye is a car and shower singer and has a long history of bringing people, resources, and ideas together. Originally from NYC, Anna holds a B.A. from Brandeis University and a Master of Social Work from Columbia University. Anna’s career began at the NYC Division of AIDS services (DAS) at the inception of the AIDS epidemic where she worked with people living with HIV and AIDS, helping them connect to available housing, social and financial services. Seeing hundreds of parents leaving children behind following their deaths, Anna assisted with the opening of The Family Center in NYC where she served as the Director of Development raising funds to assist parents with AIDS and cancer living below the poverty line with the process of creating legalized custody plans. Anna served as the founding executive director of The Reading Education Foundation and has held executive positions in development at the Ad Council, the American Foundation for AIDS Research and United Way. Anna has been singing with Voices Rock for five years and can’t remember a single day since she walked into the first rehearsal that Voices Rock hasn’t been on her mind and in her heart!
Choir Director @ Cap Hill
A more recent Denver transplant from NYC, Caleb has an extensive background in theater and church music direction. Educated at The Juilliard School of Music in New York City, Caleb worked with the 6-time Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. Prior to that, he spent 6 years in Nashville, writing, recording and producing. Caleb is enjoying the refreshingly slower pace of Denver. He is loving the breweries, the coffee, the mountains and has taken up gardening which he loves (Minus the Japanese Beetles…) and feels has been good for his soul. Caleb is thrilled to be directing at Voices Rock!
Choir Director @ Highlands
Marla McClure is a choir director, voice teacher, actor, singer, and ballroom dance instructor. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, she spent the last 12 years in New York City, where she taught high school music and co-directed a community rock choir, Unsettled Scores. An avid musical theater lover, Marla has performed in numerous shows, including Gypsy, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Last 5 Years, and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. She has an Advanced Certificate in Music Education from Brooklyn College and a BA in Psychology from Pomona College.
Choir has been one of the great loves of Marla’s life… it was the place where she really found her artistic voice and her sense of community in NYC. Since moving to Denver, she’s been so grateful to find a new choir family in Voices Rock! And she’s hoping to foster that same sense of community with her singers in the Highlands area.
Choir Director @ Central Park
Brian caught the musical bug at age 10 when he was cast in the title role of a local community theatre production of “Oliver!” and music has been a part of his life ever since. His musical roots were always closely tied to the communities he’s been part of from local children’s theatre to high school chorus and show choir. In college, he was introduced to contemporary a cappella ensembles and he and some friends formed the Deltones, a University of Delaware co-ed a cappella group founded on the idea of “friends first, singers second.” That philosophy paid off and the group recently celebrated 35 years on campus and competed on NBC’s “The Sing Off” going up against Denver’s own “Urban Method” and a little 5-member group known as “Pentatonix.” After college, Brian travelled with Up With People where he first met Voices Rock director, Jill Teas and served as her vocal intern while on the road. He went on to work as a vocal director and show manager, traveling throughout the United States and Europe for five years.
Brian and his family have called Colorado home since 2007 and he is excited to help bring the Voice Rock community to his Central Park neighborhood,
Andy Ard is a Denver singer-songwriter and the band leader of Voices Rock choir. He also performs with choir director Jill Teas as an acoustic duo. Andy grew up playing guitar, has played in numerous bands, knows a startling number of cover songs, been part of the accompaniment for local musicals, and composed the music for the 2003 virtual tour of the White House for the White House Historical Association. He writes and produces original recordings and enjoys collaborating with other artists. A career highlight was performing with Voices Rock at Red Rocks Amphitheater in 2018 and 2021.
Assistant Director, VR2
Amelia Kaye is a senior at Denver East High School and is passionate about all preforming arts, specifically theatre and choir. She joined the Voices Rock team in 2018 and began working with VR2 in 2022 as Assistant Director. Her favorite thing about working at VR2 besides working with all the amazing kids is being able to see how much they come together as a community from start to finish. Amelia has always loved working with kids and spends her summers at Hogwarts Camp, and VR2, all of which she hopes will prepare her for a potential career as a teacher. In her free time Amelia participates in shows, loves spending time with her friends and her dog, and goes on extra long drives just so she can belt Lady Gaga and Meghan Trainor in the car as loud as she can.