mission & values
One Voice Chorus is an interracial community chorus in Richmond, VA that performs choral music for the community and resources to promote the work of racial reconciliation.
Our small group of auditioned singers from our full chorus is available for community and corporate events.
Kevin K. Gaines, Julian Bond Professor of Civil Rights and Social Justice at the University of Virginia, will present the 2019 Tracy W. and Katherine W. McGregor Distinguished Lecture in American History, "Songs in the Key of Human Rights: Why Stevie Wonder Matters." Dr. Gaines will discuss Wonder's storied career as a global superstar of American popular music, with an appreciation of his advocacy for civil and human rights in the U.S. and abroad.
Non-OVC Sponsored Event
University of Richmond’s Sharp Viewpoint Series presents “The Race Card: Observations on Race, Identity, and Inclusion” with Michele Norris, Peabody Award-winning Journalist, Founder of The Race Card Project, and Author of The Grace of Silence.
The OVC Ensemble will provide the music for the 9:00 am and 11:00 am services at First UU.
Celebrate the Christmas season at River Road Presbyterian Church. The concert will feature nine keyboardists on four Steinway concert pianos and will also feature organ, vocal soloists, congregational singing and storytelling.