• We're 200 women who come together to make beautiful music

  • Our fall and spring concerts in Portsmouth, New Hampshire delight audiences of all ages

  • We bring songs of peace and goodwill to far off lands

  • We share laughter and tears, celebrate good news and support one another through tough times.

  • We invite you to join us in harmony and celebration!

We Sing

Voices from the Heart is a 200-voiced women’s alternative chorus located in Portsmouth, NH. The chorus sings a rich mix of soulful music from many cultural and musical traditions. Women of all ages and all walks of life attend weekly rehearsals at South Church in downtown Portsmouth. Women come from New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts to sing and to share the joy that comes from making music together.

Reach Across our Borders CD coverOur Latest CD

Reach Across Our Borders, released November 2015, features Voices’ concert recordings from all over the globe. We celebrate with music from the Maori of New Zealand to Mercedes Sosa of Argentina, from Shona and Sotho tribes of South Africa to folk music of Bulgaria. Click here to order online

Croatia Film

Hundreds of Voices members and alums celebrated and thanked the community supporters who helped us raise $140,000 to clear a mine field in Croatia in 2007. Read about the film event, watch the trailer and order your copy of Nancy Pollack’s award winning film.

We Celebrate

Our powerful and eclectic songs range from African-American spirituals to Korean songs for unity, South African anti-apartheid songs to Macedonian love songs. The songs are powerful testaments to the triumph of the human spirit. Sung with the strength of 200 voices, the songs delight and inspire audiences.

2016 Fall Concert

“Joy Returning”
Saturday, November 19
4:00 and 7:30pm
$12 in advance, $15 at the door
Buy your tickets online

Benefit Organ Concert Nov 4

zorada2Featuring South Africa’s foremost organ improviser, Zorada Temmingh. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Voices from the Heart’s 2018 Humanitarian Tour of South Africa and End 68 Hours of Hunger.

  • Fri, Nov 4, 7:30pm
  • First Parish Church, 180 York Street, York
  • $10 suggested donation, Tickets available at the door
  • Zorada’s program of improvising on well known hymns promises to inspire, ending with her musical interpretation of the events of 9/11/01.
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