All Voices Choral Project responds...

...to the fierce need to breathe compassion into our world.

AVCP welcomes people...

...from everywhere along the spectrum of humanity, representing multi-layered intersections of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, culture, language, education, socioeconomic status, accessibility, political affiliation, religion, experience....

Singing members of AVCP range in ability...

...from singers with no previous choral experience and who do not read music to professional singers and music professors. Note: All genders are welcome to sing any choral part in which your voice is at its most free, beautiful, powerful, expressive.

No form of fear has the power to silence you.

Join together with a community of people who are passionate about the power of music to forge friendships, encourage hope, soothe wounds, inspire imagination, challenge attitudes, mobilize bodies, transcend conflict, shift paradigms, and bring sheer, utter joy.

In a region already wealthy...

...with many excellent choral ensembles, AVCP intends to draw singers who currently belong to choirs together with singers who have no choir for special projects designed to foster community.

Inspired by and thanks to...

AVCP is inspired by Cathy Roma's MUSE and World House Choir, Sue Fink's Angel City Chorale as well as the amazing students and supportive colleagues in the Music Department at Sierra College and the great people at Westminster Presbyterian Church. THANKS to the open-hearted guidance and wise counsel of Julie Adams (Founder and former Artistic Director of RSVP-Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace and current Director of Music at Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church), Daniel Paulson (Professor of Voice and Choral Music at Sacramento City College and Founder/Music Director of Vox Musica), and Robin Richie (Artistic Director of the Sacramento Women's Chorus). Lee Hoffman is thrilled to pieces to make All Voices Choral Project a reality!

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