At One Voice, we promise an uplifiting choral experience, radical inclusion and welcome, and exposure, enlightenment and education.
We are dedicated to performing uplifting choral music, and the effect — much like the individuals behind the voices — is vibrantly colorful and ultimately inspirational. One Voice Chorus first came together in 2001 when Glen McCune, the music director at St. Giles Presbyterian Church, and Barbara Baynham, the music director at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Jackson Ward, joined forces for a collaborative concert performed in each other's sanctuaries.
Incorporated in 2004, One Voice concerts regularly feature over 100 non-auditioned singers performing three major concerts per year and reaching out to the community through our auditioned ensemble which performs at public, corporate and private functions, as well as benefits for choral education and social justice events.
All are welcome to sing the beauty and power of diversity in an atmosphere of openness, inclusiveness, mutual respect, and fun. Those who join us experience friendships, and collaboration with people they may not have met otherwise and these opportunities open minds and hearts, one person and one voice to another.