MARCH 18–19, 2016 • PEACHTREE ROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and the Atlanta Women’s Chorus, collectively known as Voices of Note, will perform together for the first time in this milestone concert. And Justice For All will feature music known for uniting people of different backgrounds and cultures, particularly those who have been marginalized by the laws of their countries, and music born out of conflict, solidarity, and nationalism. The centerpiece of this concert will be the world premiere of “Libertad”, a multi-movement concert work for mixed chorus and orchestra by composer and AGMC conductor Kevin Robison, based on poetry by Walt Whitman. Learn more and purchase tickets »
Voices of Note is many things to many people. At its core, via its choral programs, it delivers experiences defined by musical excellence. Through these experiences, it is also much, much more: It’s a catalyst for social change. It’s an opportunity to be inspired. It’s a journey into places within our hearts and minds that have yet to be explored. It’s a voyage outside of oneself and into the perspective of others: your neighbors, your teachers, your siblings, your friends.
Voices of Note is a musical community united. A community brought together by a common purpose: a passion for excellence in vocal performance, a thirst for equality of all people, and a belief that music is the most effective way to deliver that message. This ideal is conveyed through its many programs, most notably the dynamic performances of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and the Atlanta Women’s Chorus, each with its own identity, but unified in a common goal. Through these talented ensembles, indeed voices of note, together we are changing hearts and minds through music.