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News & Events

Join NEW Giving Voice Chorus at Colonial Church in Edina – Virtual Fall Session

This fall, a fourth Giving Voice chorus will start at Colonial…

Giving Voice Live: Our Chorus Goes Virtual!

In this time of social distancing, bringing choruses together…

TPT Wins Emmy for MNO “Love Never Forgets”

Giving Voice is honored to be featured in this Emmy winning Minnesota…

Giving Voice honored with National Chorus America Award

The Chorus America/ASCAP Alice Parker Award honors composer…

Giving Voice 2018 Annual Report

Please read about the highlights of 2018 here.

Washington Post Features Good Memories Chorus & Giving Voice

Read the full article here.

Giving Voice in Minnesota Medicine

A recent article by Giving Voice Board Member Barbara Greene,…

Giving Voice Featured on CBS This Morning

CBS This Morning aired a wonderful story about Giving Voice and…

Classical MPR Discusses New Song Cycle

Classical MPR features the new work from Victor Zupanc and Louisa…

Star Tribune Profiles Giving Voice

Read the article about the "Love Never Forgets" world premiere concert at the Ordway.

Celebrating a New Chorus in Rochester, MN

Read more about the launch of Resounding Voices.

Giving Voice on Performance Today

Giving Voice’s co-founders featured on popular public radio program.

Giving Voice Named St. Paul Knight Arts Challenge Winner

Award will launch Amazing Grace Chorus in St. Paul for African-Americans.

Collaborative Launches New Chorus in St. Paul, MN

Six organizations are collaborating on a new chorus in St. Paul.

Stand in the Light Chorus Launches in Eau Claire

Giving Voice Initiative is pleased and proud to report that the…