VOICES of Kentuckiana
VOICES of Kentuckiana is a diverse and inclusive chorus for the community founded in 1994, with a mission to celebrate diversity and foster positive social change through artistic excellence. As the oldest LGBTQ+ arts organization in Kentucky, VOICES is dedicated to providing a platform for LGBTQ+ individuals and allies to sing and perform music that holds significance for both performers and audiences. A proud member of GALA (Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses), we strive to educate and energize our community through music and have participated in numerous international LGBTQ+ choral festivals. Our chorus is built on values of inclusivity, courage, musicianship, cooperation, empowerment, integrity, and joy. With almost 200 LGBTQ+ choruses and 10,000 singers worldwide, VOICES is part of an international movement that aims to enhance the recognition of sexual and gender diversity and liberation through the power of music. We have collaborated with various choruses and ensembles from nearby cities and have performed at significant events across the Kentuckiana region and beyond.
VOICES, along with its auditioned Inner VOICES ensemble, performs at least 2 major concerts annually, along with smaller performances throughout the year. VOICES is a vital part of the Kentuckiana community, constantly expanding its engagement activities. From singing at the Kentucky Derby and FC Louisville’s Pride Nights to performing at this year’s Trans Wellness Summit and Louisville Orchestra’s Creators Corp Louisville Broadcast, VOICES continues to change hearts and minds through visibility and the universal language of song.
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