• Announcing Stephen A. Futrell as the new Conductor/Artistic Director for Voices

    Voices is thrilled to announce that Stephen A. Futrell will begin his tenure as artistic director/conductor with Voices – The Chapel Hill Chorus for the 2018-19 concert season!

    Stephen …

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  • VOICES is a 130-voice chorus that performs two concerts each year with an orchestra in December and May. Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at St. Thomas More Catholic Church from 7:30-9:30 p.m.…

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  • Cantari Seeks Experienced Singers in All Voice Parts

    Cantari, a select vocal ensemble of 26 members, is currently seeking experienced singers in all voice parts. The group rehearses on Monday evenings at University United Methodist Church in Chapel Hill  from …

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  • We are always looking for people who love to sing.  If you are interested in joining one of our choruses, please visit our Join page to learn about our audition process.…

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VOICES Concerts

Hodie! – Voices Holiday Concert

December 15th at 7:30 PM and 16th at 3 PM

Come celebrate the holidays with Voices as we perform heartwarming and festive classics!  The program includes “Hodie!” by John Leavitt, “Christmas Day” by Holst, sing-a-long carols for the family and much more!


Life, Love & Reflections

May 2019

Poetic expressions of life, love, and reflections on nature.  Selections include “Fern Hill” composed by John Corigliano, based on a poem by Dylan Thomas, “Five Hebrew Love Songs” composed by Eric Whitacre, and “Reflections from a Mexican Garden” composed by Kevin Padworski and based on poems by Grace Hazard Conklin, So Juana Inés de la Cruz, indigenous poetry in one of Mexico’s native languages, Nahuatl


Cantari Concerts

Life, Love & Nature

November 10, 2018

Poetic expression of life, love & nature through choral music.  Selections include Romancero Gitano, Op. 152 – Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco based on poems by Frederico Garcia Lorca, Songs of Nature, Op. 63 by Antonin Dvorák, and Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52 by Johannes Brahms

Poetry in Song

March 2019

Profound poetry set to beautiful choral music, highlights include “Highland Mary” from Four Robert Burns Ballads composed by James Mulholland, “Ronde” from Trois Chanson composed by Maurice Ravel, “Hey, Ho, the Wind and the Rain” from Three Shakespeare Songs by Arthur Frackenpohl.

Women of Note

May 2019

Showcasing exciting music from contemporary women composers.  Selections include

The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass – Carol Barnett
for mixed chorus and bluegrass band

A Burst of Song – Joan Szymko

Songstream – Alice Parker

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Voices programs are supported by the Orange County Arts Commission