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April 28th

VOICES Spring Concert - "Our VOICES Carry"

  • Admission: $25 per person, $20 for seniors and students
  • Location: Calvary Episcopal Church
  • 821 S. 4th Street
  • Louisville, Kentucky 40203

VOICES Spring Concert - "Our VOICES Carry"

Celebrate three decades of harmony, resilience, and progress with "Our VOICES Carry" – a spectacular evening marking the 30th anniversary of VOICES of Kentuckiana chorus. Our Spring Concert celebrates how the power of our voices has carried us through thirty eventful years. Join us as we trace our steps back to where it all began – to our "home" – a place where voices have been the beacon guiding us through each era.

In 1994, joining VOICES as an LGBTQ member was an act of courage, a voice rising in the face of adversity. Our concert takes you back to these roots, showcasing the bravery and solidarity that laid our foundation. As we traverse through time, witness how these voices grew in strength and pride, creating a community that resounds with the spirit of equality and acceptance.

Our story doesn't end there. With acceptance came joy – a joy in being true to ourselves, in the music we shared, and the community we built. "Our VOICES Carry" captures this spirit, presenting a repertoire that resonates with our collective experience, our triumphs, and our ongoing challenges. But as we approach this significant milestone, we acknowledge that our work is far from over. Vigilance now remains at the heart of our mission.

Under the inspiring direction of Kimcherie Lloyd, this incredible celebration includes narrations that weave the stories of our home in the Louisville community with VOICES past and present — and maybe a few surprises along the way.

Come, be a part of an unforgettable evening. Experience the power of voices that have created a home, fostered a community, and sparked a movement. "Our VOICES Carry" is a celebration of how far we've come and a reminder of the path that still lies ahead.