"I’m so grateful for the wonderful concert Voix de Femmes gave us on Friday! What a nice and varied program it was; and sung with style and elegance.
Everyone was enthusiastic about the performance and enjoyed it so much. I think it really gave our people what they needed!!"
Director of Sacred Music
Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Voix de Femmes is a Women’s Vocal Ensemble dedicated to exploring the rich and challenging repertoire written for women's voices.
Voix de Femmes is a volunteer organization; its members enjoy the dedication it takes to strive toward a polished, professional sound.
Voix de Femmes is a chamber group, so every voice counts!
Voix de Femmes has a strong interest in exploring pieces written in different languages, particularly French, the group's founder native tongue.
Voix de Femmes distinguishes itself by the uniqueness of their repertoire.
Voix de Femmes is based in Laurel, Maryland, and often performs in Burtonsville, Maryland, as part of the Living Arts Concert Series.
Voix de Femmes is French for Women's Voices. It is pronounced: Vwah duh Fah-muh.
As Rain Waters the Earth
Sunday, April 22, 4:00 pm - Saint Bernadette's Catholic Church
with Soprano Brooke Evers and pianist Grace Cho
"Through all the world below God is seen all around; search hills and valleys through, there He’s found. The growing of the corn, the lily and the thorn, the pleasant and forlorn all declare God is there." (Mercer’s Cluster)
Join us as we celebrate the beauty of Nature awakening after winter,
on this Earth Day!
The members of the Women's Chamber Choir are proud to present hauntingly beautiful selections composed in majority by women: Hildegard of Bingen, Joan Szimko, Eleanor Daley, VIDA, Christine Donkin, Abbie Betinis and Michelle Roueché, as well as Gustav Holst, Marten Jansson, Ola Gjeilo, and Stephen Hatfield. These composers encourage us to live with hope: Fear not, trust, let nothing disturb you: the rain will come, the light will shine, all will be well.
The women will be joined by Soprano Brooke Evers and Pianist Grace Cho.
Annick Kanter-Saint Hubert
Founder & Director