VOICES Chorale has become a premiere performing group, with membership numbering from 45 to 70 singers. Also in that time VOICES founded Sotto Voce (the name means quiet or small voice) to present challenging vocal chamber music in concert. As a result of attracting some members from Germany and Switzerland, VOICES developed a relationship with a chorus in Germany—Chorkreis St. Sebald—and performed with them on a tour in Germany in 1999 and in the eastern United States in 2000 VOICES' first professionally-produced CD, a performance of the Duruflé Requiem with Thomas Goeman, organ, was completed in 2001. Also, voice classes for singing members were offered through VOICES by outstanding area soloists including Martha Elliott, William Walker, and Rochelle Ellis.
Some of the major works performed in the last five years include:
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