Growing Young Minds
City of Palms Youth Choir
Conceived as an educational outreach program, the Fort Myers Symphonic Mastersingers founded the City of Palms Youth Choir (CPYC) in 2016 for young singers in Southwest Florida. CPYC seeks to supplement school and church choral training with focused preparation and performance of excellent treble and mixed voice literature.
Regular concert repertoire includes both sacred and secular works, which span the 9th century through the 21st century. Performances include venues throughout Lee County, including Hammond Stadium and Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall.
To enrich the lives of young singers from diverse backgrounds through the study and performance of choral music.
“Music can change the world.” — Ludwig van Beethoven
For Young Singers
2023 Performance & Masterclass Opportunities
This season, the City of Palms Youth Choir has opportunities for young singers grades 5-12 to get involved.
Mastersingers Spring Concert: Everyday Wonders
DATE: April 7
LOCATION: New Hope Presbyterian Church
Everyday Wonders: The Girl from Aleppo is a 5-movement cantata that tells the extraordinary story of Nujeen Mustafa, a Kurdish teenager with cerebral palsy forced by war to flee her home and embark on an arduous journey to Europe with her sister.
Rehearsal/practice tracks will be provided. Registration is free (donations are appreciated) and open to sopranos, altos and boys with unchanged voices. Attendance is required at a minimum of 5 rehearsals in addition to the required rehearsals denoted with an * below.
Weekdays at Koller Residence in Cape Coral
Saturdays at St. Hilary’s Episcopal, 5011 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
Join the City of Palms Youth Choir
Membership in CPYC requires auditions prior to registration. We have welcomed students representing many Lee County public and private schools.