Help us take Voce to the next level!

As Voce enters its second decade, its music is better than ever.  Voce’s commitment to harmony has caught the attention of the world’s greatest living choral composers, including Morten Lauridsen, Ola Gjeilo and most recently, Paul Mealor.  Its recordings are being heard by an ever-increasing global audience with its most recent recording, “Music of the Spheres,” being heard in more than 20 countries worldwide.  And Voce has redoubled its commitment to serving harmony right here in Hartford, Connecticut.  Voce is a Hartford-based musical treasure with a uniquely international reputation – a local organization of which we can all be proud!

Voce ended its 2016-2017 season with a concert featuring the works of Welsh composer Paul Mealor, who was in residence with Voce this past May.  Voce made its New York City debut at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine – and has a standing invitation to perform in its magnificent space. After working with Voce, Prof. Mealor offered his comments about the experience:

"The wonderful Voce and the superb Mark Singleton sparkle with a deep sense of choral technique and intelligence. One of the finest choirs on the planet, they have a warmth of tone and beauty that is unique. I love working with them."

Voce’s 2017-2018 season will pick right up where it left off, featuring Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds as composer-in-residence for a November concert of his works. Voce is also pleased to announce that Prof. Mealor will be returning to Hartford in May, 2018 to work with Mark Singleton on “Twilight” – an album to feature Mealor’s compositions, including several recording premieres.

We need your support to make all of this happen.  2017-2018 will be Voce’s most ambitious year yet, and we need your financial support to ensure that Mark Singleton and Voce can bring harmony to all. Our world is sorely in need of the music Voce makes so beautifully.  We are grateful to our many partners - NEPR and its morning host John Nowacki, who premiered “Music of the Spheres” in May, St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church in Hartford for providing us with an incredibly beautiful venue, and St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Simsbury for launching a wonderful “Voce Christmas” tradition - and so many more. Please consider making a generous gift to Voce.  Help Mark Singleton and Voce to bring harmony to the world.

Thank you for your support!

Tom Cooke

President – Voce, Inc.

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Voce, Inc. is a not-for-profit CT corporation, qualified as an exempt organization under 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your contributions will be tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.