February 25, 2017 •DRUID HILLS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
There is no doubt that life is a many faceted journey! The Atlanta Women’s Chorus, in their second concert of the season, will present songs that embrace all aspects of the human experience. The music explores everything from flight, angels, and the joy of love, to sorrow and struggle, while never losing the meaningfulness of each individual’s personal journey. Join us for this beautiful musical tribute to all that makes us so unique and special.Purchase Tickets »
March 31 & April 1, 2017 • DRUID HILLS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
From composer Joshua Shank comes a new work of choral theatre based on the book by David Levithan (winner, 2013 National Book Award), Two Boys Kissing follows the stories of two gay teenagers who decide to break the world record for the longest kiss, two other teens who are falling in love, and the story of a teen whose online life is discovered by his parents. These stories of family, first love, bravery and pain are watched over by a Greek chorus of gay men who have died of AIDS. A powerful work that speaks to people of all generations and walks of life.Purchase Tickets »
A Karaoke Fundraiser for the Atlanta Women’s Chorus and the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus
Come compete for a prize, or cheer on your favorite contestant. “Bribe” a judge or enter to win prizes! Enjoy a fun evening, and help raise money for two amazing performing arts organizations.
The renowned Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and Atlanta Women’s Chorus comprise the largest community music organization in the Southeast. Each chorus presents three annual concert experiences defined by musical excellence and a commitment to promoting equality for all people.
Voices of Note, the not-for-profit organization governing our choruses, is a catalyst for social change. It provides an opportunity to be inspired, a journey to places in hearts and minds that have yet to be explored, and a voyage into the perspective of our neighbors, teachers, siblings and friends.
Above all, Voices of Note believes that the most effective way to deliver the message of equality for all people is with music. Through music, we are changing hearts and minds.