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Upcoming Performances

Voices Concerts

On a Winter’s Night

Friday, December 15th at 8 PM and Saturday, 16th at 3 PM

The mercury is falling and the sleigh bells are ringing!  Join the choir in a carol sing-along.  UNC’s Hill Hall, Moeser Auditorium

Castles and Cottages

Friday May 4, 2018 at 8 PM

English coronation music, British choral gems, Folksongs from Scotland and America

University United Methodist Church, Sanctuary.

Cantari Concerts

Handel with Care

Saturday, November 4th at 7:30 PM

Cantari, Soloists, Strings and Continuo.  Featuring “Dixit Dominus” & “My Heart is Inditing” University United Methodist Church, Sanctuary

à la Française

Saturday, March 3 at 3 PM

Music by Renaissance and Modern composers with French connections

Chapel of the Cross

Flights of Fancy

Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 PM

Imaginative Music, Memories, Dreams, and Farewells. Featuring a premiere of new music by composer and former Cantari baritone Jeremy Jennings

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

About

Voices

Voices is one of the Triangle’s oldest and most distinguished choral groups with a rich history spanning over three decades. Now in its 36th season, Voices has grown from a small group of adult singers that performed with student choruses from Frank Porter Graham Elementary School and Phillips Middle School in 1980 to the thriving member-governed and operated choral group known for its high standard of excellence today. In addition to the 130-member chorus, Voices also has a smaller, select ensemble, Cantari.  Both choruses perform fall and spring concerts often featuring an orchestra and soloists.  In the summer, a 68-member chorus performs a theme-based concert typically featuring guest performers ranging from dancers to musicians to actors.

The Mission of Voices is to foster, sustain, and share the art and joy of choral music and to enrich the Triangle community through excellent performances of music from diverse cultures and historical periods. Voices’ conductor, Dr. Sue T. Klausmeyer continues to exemplify this mission through the music chosen to perform, musical collaborations and community outreach.

Voices strives for musical excellence and welcomes qualified singers who share the same vision.