Join us for Season 15!

It is so exciting for OVC to be celebrating 15 years of serving the Richmond Metropolitan Community. Through your support over the years, we have been able to sing for over 40,000 people in the Central Virginia area, as well as in Washington D.C., the Shenandoah Valley and in the Tidewater regions of the Commonwealth of Virginia. We so appreciate your past and continued support, and in our traditional "y'all come" fashion, we hope you join us as a member of our chorus (no audition required!) or as an audience member for what's going to be a fantastic season. 

Passes for any concert can be purchased online by clicking the "Concert Pass" button under the Current Concert Cycle. You can also get your pass from any OVC Chorus Member! We can't wait to see you at our next concert! 


CURRENT CONCERT CYCLE

From Darkness to Light

Saturday, november 18, 2017 at 7:30 pm
st. michaels catholic church
4491 sPRINGFIELD RD. gLEN aLLEN, va 23060

One Voice Chorus presents “From Darkness to Light”, a concert of hope, achievement, and rejoicing. Join us as St. Michael's Catholic Church as we celebrate their 25 years of ministry as well as OVC's 15 years of Singing the Beauty and Power of Diversity. Mark Hayes' Requiem sets the stage for reflectionwhile the compositions of Ralph Vaughn Williams, Jeffrey Ames, and Lloyd Pfaustch celebrate this shining occasion. Hear our One Voice as we move from darkness to light in our continuing mission to sing the Beauty and Power of Diversity in metropolitan Richmond with your support of this event. A suggested donation of $15 receives a concert pass.


Take Courage, My Soul-Spirituals oF STRENGTH

SATURDAY, March 17, 2018 AT 7:30 PM
FIRST BAPTIST Church
2709 Monument Ave. Richmond, VA 23220

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Charles Albert Tindley's call to action, "Take courage my soul, and let us journey on..." sets the theme for OVC's Spirituals Concert! Take Courage, My Soul-Spirituals of Strength features the music of Moses Hogan, Rollo Dilworth, Barbara Baker, as well as the beloved Alice Parker, who at age 93 is still composing the music of the American folksong and spiritual traditions. Whether it is accompanied or a cappella, slow or fast, OVC will certainly provide you with words of strength to stand beside us as we sing the Beauty and Power of Diversity!


A Slice of Apple Pie: Songs representing the American Spirit

SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2018 AT 7:30 PM
seventh street christian church
4101 grove Ave. Richmond, VA 23221

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The musical representation of American nationalism is found not only in our Appalachian folk songs and or spirituals, but in Jazz and our patriotic songs. Featuring compositions by William Billings, Aaron Copland, Charles Ives as well as Cole Porter and George Gershwin among others; OVC's spring concert, A Slice of Apple Pie: Songs Representing the American Spirit, will join our American musical styles together as we prepare to celebrate America's birthday.