Kevin Robison, Voices of Note Artistic Director
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(New Executive Director Catherine Pfitzer recently wrote this insightful column for one of our concert programs. She eloquently describes how the VON family comes together to fulfill our mission of “changing hearts and minds through music.”) The Voices of Note organization is many things to many people. To its audiences, and at its core, it […]
Shortly after moving to Atlanta last year from the small mountain town of Durango, CO, I was introduced to the Radical Faeries. I spent a night with them gazing at the Moon, dancing like no one was watching, and just meeting some wonderful new people. At one point, several of us were standing around a […]
Music has always been a guiding force in my life. My earliest memories are singing with my parents and performing for family and friends. I directed and starred in my first musical, The Wizard of Oz (of course), in first grade, and my passion for music has never died. The women and men of Voices […]
(Editor’s note: Voices of Note couldn’t exist without the gracious support of our sponsors, donors, volunteer members and — of course — our audiences! We’re pleased to highlight one of our sponsors in each issue of our newsletter and encourage you to support those who support us.) In 2005, Brian Enright founded Highrises.com, a resource […]
Race for the Cure — The Atlanta Women’s Chorus spearheaded Voices of Note’s participation in the Race for the Cure in Atlanta on May 10. Five runners braved the rain that day, and together they surpassed the team’s fundraising goal to continue the fight against breast cancer. AIDS Vaccine 200 bike ride — Eight Voices […]
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus is closing its 33rd season with a stunning musical and visual tribute to the one-and-only Goddess of Pop: Cher. It’s a performance of unbridled energy and unparalleled fun—100% diva, the epitome of glamour and stardom. Cher and her electric performances have introduced some of the most-beloved pop anthems to our […]
The Atlanta Women’s Chorus is bringing its triumphant inaugural season to a joyous close with two performances at Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, June 6-7, 2014. Conducted by the incomparable Dr. Melissa Arasi, Mother, Daughter, Sister: Celebrating Music for Women will be a time to recognize and celebrate the evolving roles of womanhood throughout history and […]
For Richard MacKelfresh, a financial advisor and certified financial planner with Ameriprise Financial in Sandy Springs, supporting LGBT equality is “more than just a platitude.” Together with Maggie Kulyk, an Ameriprise Financial wealth management advisor in Decatur, Richard has sponsored the work of the Voices of Note organization for two years. Why sponsor Voices of […]
By Kami Mastin Atlanta Women’s Chorus Membership President Music has always been a central part of my life. As a child, I took piano lessons, sang in the church choir, and played in the school band. In high school, I found my niche in the chorus. I joined everything I could — show choir, honor […]
The Atlanta Women’s Chorus launched its solo inaugural season with a bang, performing Finding Her Here: In and Out of Love to a sold-out crowd Feb. 8 at Druid Hills Presbyterian Church in Midtown. The concert revolved around women’s experiences of love — both romantic love and platonic…universal love. Numbers ranged from Broadway medleys to Dante, […]