Kevin Robison, Voices of Note Artistic Director
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One of Voices of Note’s newest corporate sponsors this year is SunTrust Bank. This partnership is a natural fit because—like us—SunTrust is committed to Diversity and Creating a Culture of Inclusion. For SunTrust, spreading the word about their outlook and targeted services is key: “Your organization helps us reach a very important audience that we have not […]
Singing completes me. I’m in IT: a very mathematical, process-oriented environment; and singing is the opposite side of that world. It’s fun; it makes me feel good and it makes me happy. My family has always had some musical orientation to it. My grandparents sponsored a music library at Midwood High School in Brooklyn, New […]
Singing is a very personal experience. Sharing your voice with others can be daunting – but also very fulfilling. I’ve played the piano since early childhood and always loved accompanying singers, but being one of those singers is a whole new experience! Working as a music therapist and an early childhood music teacher, I sing a lot, but […]
It all started when my husband, Jim, and I were invited to attend an Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus concert by a friend more than 15 years ago. We enjoyed the performance so much that we started attending on a regular basis and I never tired of hearing the men sing. One thing led to another […]
On March 27-28, the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus presents (Un)Sung Heroes featuring special guest Matt Alber at Druid Hills United Methodist Church. Tickets will go on sale on January 24 for this exciting concert’s three performances: 8 p.m. on Friday, March 27 and 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 28. (Un)Sung Heroes pays […]
Since 2004, there has been one go-to caterer when it comes to charity events in Atlanta. Owner and chef Keith Hand of Bridge Catering has proudly provided delicious culinary services to organizations such as Chris’ Kids, the Furniture Bank, Joining Hearts and, of course, Voices of Note. Bridge Catering is the newest of Voices of […]
A joyous celebration of the power of music to transform lives and communities to be presented at Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, Jan. 23-24, 2015 The Atlanta Women’s Chorus will launch its second season with Keep on Singing, a season debut concert celebrating the joys of music. Three performances of Keep on Singing will be presented […]
In 2003, I joined the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus with the anticipation that I would just join a group of gays that loved to sing. We all have the typical gay images of flamboyant men prancing around in pink tutus. And yes, on occasion we did. Get over it! Further, I must admit I had […]
My journey to Voices of Note started back in late 2008 when I was President of the board and a singing member of the Atlanta Feminist Women’s Chorus. Over the previous few years, that chorus had shrunk to fewer than 20 singers with a small donor and patron population. As such, we made the decision […]
In the middle of the interview for this article with the Rev. Dr. Beth LaRocca-Pitts, senior minister at Saint Mark United Methodist Church, she has to put the phone aside to have a brief discussion with a coworker about the placement of a rainbow banner. “Sorry,” she says when she returns to the phone. “You’re […]