Jun
17
7:00 pm19:00

OVC/OVCE Spring Concert: Broadway Revisited

The works of the great American musical theater composers is the focus of Broadway Revisited, is the focus of OVC’s spring presentation.

Featuring selections from South Pacific, Show Boat, and West Side Story, this concert is sure to please every person who loves the music of the Great White Way! Of course, OVC brings attention to the lessons of Diversity and Inclusion through its unique concert crafting, which will be on display. 

We also invite you to arrive an hour early for our signature pre-concert discussion, Harmony in Living Black and White, in which Bill Cooper facilitates a conversation among our audience members that addresses how to live more harmoniously in an increasingly diverse world. 

Venue: St. Michael's Catholic Church; 4491 Springfield Rd.; Glen Allen, VA 23060


May
20
7:30 pm19:30

One Voice Chorus Ensemble in Williamsburg, VA

OVCE has been invited to perform in the Bruton Parish Church's Candlelight Concert series for a second time. We are so excited to have this opportunity to combine our brand of spirituals and choral classics with sacred music appropriate for this historic venue. 

Bruton Parish Church, located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; is one of America's oldest congregations, dating back to 1674. The Candlelight Concert series has played host to some of the world's most prestigious choral and instrumental ensembles and organists. http://www.brutonparish.org/music_performances

VENUE: Bruton Parish Church, 331 W Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185

CONCERT DETAILS: 8:00PM, Free Admission. Free Will Offering is taken to benefit the Candlelight Concert Series at Bruton Parish Church. 

Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

One Voice Chorus Ensemble in Chester, VA

OVCE Will present its signature sound in concert at the Chester Branch of the Chesterfield County Public Library. Spirituals, Concert works, as well as lighter fare will be presented as we strive to Sing the Beauty and Power of Diversity in our home area . 

VENUE: Chesterfield Co. Public Library: Chester Branch, 11800 Centre St. Chester, VA 23831

CONCERT DETAILS: Time TBA, Free Admission 

Apr
7
7:00 pm19:00

One Voice Chorus Ensemble in Richmond

One Voice Chorus Ensemble is excited to announce that it will make its first appearance at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia! 

Please join us on April 7 as we help to celebrate RVA First Friday's with the museum. The event is 5:00pm-9:00pm with guided tours will be available at 6pm and 8pm. OVCE will perform at 7:00pm. 

VENUE: Black History Museum and Cultural Center; 122 W. Leigh St. Richmond, VA 23220

CONCERT DETAILS: 7:00pm concert. Free Admission. 

 

Mar
18
7:00 pm19:00

OVC/OVCE Winter Concert: Let My People Go

  • First Baptist Church

Please join One Voice Chorus as we present Let My People Go featuring Robert Ray's Gospel Mass

Contemporary composer Robert Ray is one of the many champions of music that celebrates the African American heritage. His Gospel Mass, in addition to the music of Moses Hogan, Rollo Dilworth, and Rosephanye Powell, among others shapes our African American experience presentation.

OVC dedicates this production to the memory of the lives lost in the ongoing fight for justice in the United States that became unavoidably apparent during the summer of 2016.

We also invite you to arrive an hour early for our signature pre-concert discussion, Harmony in Living Black and White, in which Bill Cooper facilitates a conversation among our audience members that addresses how to live more harmoniously in an increasingly diverse world. 

Venue: First Baptist Church; 2709 Monument Ave.; Richmond, VA 23220

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Feb
25
7:00 pm19:00

One Voice Chorus Ensemble in Charlottesville, VA

In its first concert presentation for the Charlottesville community, OVCE Will present a concert to celebrate Black History Month at St. Paul's Memorial Church. Presenting anthems, classic and contemporary spirituals, as well as portions of Robert Ray's Gospel Mass; this presentation of the African American Musical Heritage will please all. 

VENUE: St. Paul's Memorial Church; 1700 University Ave. Charlottesville, VA 22903

CONCERT DETAILS: 7:00PM, Free Will Offering to benefit the work of One Voice Chorus. 

 

Dec
18
4:00 pm16:00

Carols at Sweet Frog II

  • Sweet Frog

Looking for a fun, family friendly outing that also supports OVC during the winter rehearsal hiatus? Look no further! One Voice Chorus Ensemble will be spreading holiday cheer at two Sweet Frog locations! Come out to Sweet Frog in Atlee (10040 Sliding Hill Road) Monday, December 12, where OVCE will be caroling from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Sweet Frog has generously agreed to donate a portion of the proceeds from the Yogurt sales made during the caroling, back to OVC! Come on out for that Monday night, after dinner treat and enjoy some great carols! If the date and location are not convenient, there is another opportunity to support OVC. Sunday, December 18, 4 pm - 5 pm at the Sweet Frog location in Carytown (3137 W. Cary Street). Once again, Sweet Frog has generously promised a portion of the proceeds from Yogurt sales during the caroling will be donated to OVC. What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than listening to great carols and enjoying a treat from Sweet Frog!
Don't forget to share the news with all of your friends!!!

Dec
16
5:30 pm17:30

Maymont by Moonlight

Enjoy an enchanting holiday evening at Maymont…by moonlight! A horse-drawn carriage ride under the stars, seasonal refreshments and joyful carol singing by One Voice Chorus Ensemble by the bonfire. Elegantly costumed Victorian ladies and gentlemen welcome you to the home of Major and Mrs. James H. Dooley to witness the excitement of Christmas 1893. The Dooleys’ gracious family, guests and domestic staff bring to life the busy preparations for a special celebration – the first Christmas in their new home truly and evening to remember.

Dec
12
6:30 pm18:30

Carols at Sweet Frog

  • Sweet Frog

Looking for a fun, family friendly outing that also supports OVC during the winter rehearsal hiatus? Look no further! One Voice Chorus Ensemble will be spreading holiday cheer at two Sweet Frog locations! Come out to Sweet Frog in Atlee (10040 Sliding Hill Road) Monday, December 12, where OVCE will be caroling from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Sweet Frog has generously agreed to donate a portion of the proceeds from the Yogurt sales made during the caroling, back to OVC! Come on out for that Monday night, after dinner treat and enjoy some great carols! If the date and location are not convenient, there is another opportunity to support OVC. Sunday, December 18, 4 pm - 5 pm at the Sweet Frog location in Carytown (3137 W. Cary Street). Once again, Sweet Frog has generously promised a portion of the proceeds from Yogurt sales during the caroling will be donated to OVC. What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than listening to great carols and enjoying a treat from Sweet Frog!
Don't forget to share the news with all of your friends!!!

Dec
9
5:30 pm17:30

Maymont by Moonlight

Enjoy an enchanting holiday evening at Maymont…by moonlight! A horse-drawn carriage ride under the stars, seasonal refreshments and joyful carol singing by One Voice Chorus Ensemble by the bonfire. Elegantly costumed Victorian ladies and gentlemen welcome you to the home of Major and Mrs. James H. Dooley to witness the excitement of Christmas 1893. The Dooleys’ gracious family, guests and domestic staff bring to life the busy preparations for a special celebration – the first Christmas in their new home truly and evening to remember. 

Dec
4
4:00 pm16:00

Messiah (Part 1)

  • Petersburg High School Auditorium

George Frederic Handel's  "Messiah" is a holiday staple. One Voice Chorus and the Petersburg Symphony, under the direction of Ulysses Kirksey,  will partake in a joint venture of this epic work. In addition, local outstanding quest soloists will accompany the choir and orchestra. 

Nov
12
7:00 pm19:00

War and Peace

  • River Road Church Baptist

Join us for and aural representation of Franz Joseph Haydn and Zoltan Kodály’s responses to political and social upheaval through their compositions, Missa in Angustiis and Missa Brevis.

 

Arrive an hour early for our signature pre-concert discussion.