One Voice Chorus 2018-2019 Concert Season
16 Seasons of Promoting Diversity
Over the last 16 years, OVC has performed 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 our upcoming 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!
Spring 2019: THE BEST OF oNE VOICE: 2013-2018
Saturday, June 15, 2019, 7:30PM; Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Our Summer Concert was a look back at repertoire that has stood out as personal favorites of the chorus under the baton of artistic director Lynn Atkins as we bid him a fond farewell as he heads off to his next adventure! The concert featured favorite selections from our previous concerts of African-American Spirituals, Broadway songs, Classical Masterpieces, and Contemporary Choral motets and anthems.
Winter 2019: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Saturday, March 30, 2019, 7:30PM; St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church
4491 Springfield Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060
Our Spring Concert was a celebration of a Romantic masterpiece, recognition of a new Contemporary work, and the ingenious design of combining modern choral compositional trends with a Classical anthem!.Accompanied by string orchestra as well as soloists Stephanie Hill Blackwood, Christopher Ahart, and Joshua Brown; this was a “must hear” concert!
Fall 2018: Catchin' the Spirit: An Evening With Rollo Dilworth
Saturday, November 10, 2018, 7:30PM; Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church
2705 Hartman Street; Richmond, VA 23223
One Voice Chorus opened its 16th season with a concert of spirituals, gospel songs, and other selections that represent the African-American Spirit. Our guest for the evening was world-renowned conductor, composer, and music educator Dr. Rollo Dilworth of Temple University; Philadelphia, PA! Dr. Dilworth also led our pre-concert conversation, where he shared his unique perspective on arranging and performing African-American spirituals.