Here's what we do!
Music Education Clinician/Adjudicator
Many members of VoiceHouse have music education degrees and unique skills working with choirs, both in the public schools as well as church, community, and professional choral settings.
VoiceHouse is a musical family that can perform for a variety of functions. a cappella pop/jazz quartet that has performed in large venues around the area, contemporary worship music, and soloists work for weddings and funerals.
Sound Reinforcement / Audio Recording
Amplify your group with mains and subs from the 700 series by JBL. We use Shure SM 58 Beta wireless microphones for your speaker or soloists for the best quality of sound. Go to http://alexritter.info/ for Alex’s website for a top audio engineer.
With a killer sound system and experienced DJ’s we are ready to make your evening special. One system, one family, you get our best every time!
About Voice House
VoiceHouse is literally a family. Fred and Becky Ritter were married in 1979 and began raising their 5 children, Jacob, Alexander, Celeste, David, and Brianna. Since then they have added Celeste’s husband Scott and their children... Joshua, Harrison and Lenora. Also in the family are Alex’s wife Maggie and there son Maxwell. Brianna’s and her husband, Aaron added the fifth grandchild in 2017 with little Georgia. This family is held together by their love of God and each other. As educators (Fred in music and Becky as an elementary teacher) it is no surprise that the children have chosen similar paths. Jacob, Celeste, and Brianna have degrees in music education and are teaching music in the public schools. Alex has a Music Business degree where he has developed technological skills in recording, sound reproduction and website management, and David who is a youth pastor in Minnesota and has also developed skills as a worship leader and worked in video production for his church. Each has countless hours of performing and directing music at almost every level.
Over 50 combined years of experience
Pop/Jazz a cappella ensemble, soloists for weddings, funerals, etc.
Amplify groups in any setting. Small venues to stadium events
DJ for weddings
We will bring our best equipment and make your event one to remember
Thanks Chris Robbins for the opportunity for being a part of your music in worship evening. https://www.facebook.com/janice.nichols.750/videos/1791349190907982/
The VoiceHouse quartet was honored to perform at Trinity Lutheran for the Valentines Day gathering at the church. What a great event and crowd! We felt so welcome there and were excited to premier two new songs and dusted of an oldie that we worked up for the event. Enjoy!
Great turnout! I was told that ticket sales were way up this year and that getting students to stay at the dance was not a problem. Brianna does an amazing job selecting tunes that keep the dance moving using a variety of styles and genres of music. Never a dull moment for three solid[…]
I was given the honor of working with approx. 15 singers from the 7th grade class of all 12 Lincoln public middle schools. I was amazed at their preparation (thanks directors) and respectful behavior throughout the day. The Lincoln Southeast Court Choir under the direction of Missy Noonan was also outstanding, demonstrating what the future[…]
VoiceHouse vocal quartet is honored to be performing at North Platte High School auditorium on Saturday, January 20th at 4:00 PM at the Singing Youth State Honor Choir. We are the “opening act” followed by this marvelous honor choir of middle level students selected from around the state. The quartet is made up of members[…]
Back in the late ’70’s I was fortunate enough to be a part of a very special group of folks while attending Doane College. Even though I was a Jr. College transfer these folks let me in to make music together. The Noboby Quartet was quite the phenomenon back in the day. We would perform[…]
This is a sample judging form alternative for District Music Contest. It is in very rough form but you get the idea. The proposal would be to use a decimal system to fine tune the scoring a little. Also, judging sections are very specific on this form instead of all over the place on the[…]