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.
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus, one of the world’s longest-running gay male choruses, is part of Voices of Note, Inc., a not-for-profit organization governing the AGMC and the Atlanta Women’s Chorus. Voices of Note is a catalyst for social change, providing an opportunity to be inspired, a journey to places in hearts and minds that have yet to be explored, and a voyage into the perspectives of our neighbors, teachers, siblings and friends. Both the AGMC and the AWC are members of GALA, the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses. Read more about the history of the AGMC at the Wikipedia page »
The 70-voice Atlanta Women’s Chorus is a talented, diverse group of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs. The AWC is led by Artistic Director Dr. Melissa Arasi, assistant professor of mMusic at Reinhardt University. The group began in 2013 as the Atlanta Women’s Project, a small ensemble sponsored by the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus (AGMC) which is now beginning its 37th season as one of the longest-running gay choruses. In early 2014, the newly formed AWC presented its first full-length concert and is now an independent choral ensemble under the Voices of Note organizational umbrella. The AWC presents three concerts with multiple performances each season.
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Photo credit: Photograph by Dan Lax.
Photo credit: Photograph by Dan Lax.
Eve Campbell, Executive Director (Bio, Photo)
Kevin Robison, Artistic Director, Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus (Bio, Photo 1; Headshot)
Dr. Melissa Arasi, Artistic Director, Atlanta Women’s Chorus (Bio, Photo)
Ring in the holidays December 8-9 with the AGMC, featuring Streisand songs, bells, strings and more — October 30, 2017 (WORD 108kb)
Eve Campbell named Voices of Note executive director — October 3, 2017 (WORD 283kb)
Robison Resigns AGMC — August 25, 2017 (WORD 944KB)
Revolution — June 6, 2017 (WORD 571kb)
Gift of the Isles — April 12, 2017 (WORD 137kb)
Two Boys Kissing — February 6, 2017 (WORD 129kb)
Life’s Journey — December 12, 2016 (WORD 248kb)
Comfort and Joy — October 21, 2016 (WORD 740kb)
Follow the Sun — September 20, 2016 (WORD 108kb)
Taking a Bittersweet Risk (Q Magazine – December 7, 2017)
Kevin Robison on his bittersweet farewell to the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus (ProjectQ Atlanta – December 6, 2017)
Small ensembles dominate classical holiday landscape (AJC.com – November 30, 2017)
Artistic Director Of Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus Stepping Down (GPBNews.org – November 28, 2017)
Artistic Director Kevin Robison To Step Down From Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus (WABE.org – November 21, 2017)
Atlanta’s Voices of Note honors the one-year anniversary of the Pulse shooting by looking forward (Atlanta Magazine – June 7, 2017)
Atlanta Women’s Chorus Sings Music From The British Isles (WABE.org – June 2, 2017)
Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus Performs Program Of Beatles Music (WABE.org – June 30, 2017)
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