Want to help out Women’s Voices Chorus? We’re partnering with Chapel Hill Carrboro Sunrise Rotary Club in the 2013 Rubber Duck Race. The race is set for 11:00 AM on Saturday, June 1, at West Point on the Eno and you don’t have to be present to win. Up to 5000 homeless rubber ducks will […]
This concert featured Vivaldi’s Gloria as it was intended: with women’s voices and baroque orchestra, as well as other music reflecting the themes of the Gloria.
In June and July 2013, Women’s Voices Chorus embarked on its first international tour. We were thrilled at the chance to share American choral music with new audiences and to explore the choral traditions of the countries we visited: Hungary, Slovenia, and Italy.
Our Spring 2012 program included Lana Walter’s Magnificat, opera choruses by Bizet and Verdi, and other music about angels, devils, rogues, and saints.
This concert featured a diverse collection of American music: music from Latino-American, Jewish-American, African-American, and Native-American traditions; music of the Shakers, work songs, and songs of the American South; show tunes and jazz standards, as well as music by American classical composers. The concert also featured a world premiere of “If I Can Stop One Heart from Breaking,” as well as “I Never Saw a Moor,” both composed by Jayne Swank and based on poetry of Emily Dickinson. Three pieces were conducted by chorus members who are also conductors in their own right, showcasing another aspect of the talented musicians in Women’s Voices Chorus.
You are RSVP’d for our fabulous fundraising event and all you need to do is show up and check in on Saturday, Novemeber 5. Harvest Fanfare will be held at the Arcadia Common House, 134 Circadian Way, Chapel Hill on November 5, from 6PM to 9 PM.
We will be sending out additional information about the evening soon. In the meantime if you have any questions or concerns please email email@example.com.
See you at the Fanfare!
This concert by Women’s Voices Chorus on Sunday, July 17, 2011, was a benefit for CASTLE, the Center for Acquisition of Spoken Language Through Listening Enrichment, part of The Carolina Children’s Communicative Disorders Program (CCCDP). From classical to folk to gospel, all the songs celebrated the senses.
Women’s Voices Chorus explores themes of grief, loss, rebirth, and joy in this Spring concert. Accompanied by a string orchestra, the Chorus will perform Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Michael Isaacson’s Holocaust cantata entited Cradle of Fire, and several pieces by modern women composers, including From Behind the Caravan, a stunning new piece by Abbie Betinis.
This concert on Saturday, March 26, 2011, was performed at the Durham County Library in honor of Women’s History Month. The program featured a mix of secular and spiritual music, celebrating women. In addition to the music, there were readings from and about the famous women mentioned in the songs.
Women’s Voices Chorus presents a concert filled with music honoring all the stages of motherhood. Lullabies, requiems, and odes of praise are all included in this 90-minute concert. The program features works by Brahms, Palestrina, and Poulenc, as well as gospel, folk, Yiddish, and African music.