Welcome to Voices International (VI)
VI is an international Choir in Luxembourg. We perform two seasons of concerts each year.
Due to COVID-19, we unfortunately had to cancel our spring season concerts in June 2020.
Very sadly we are unable to currently perform for our wonderful audience.
We will be back with live concerts in December 2020.
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Out Now: No Time - VI Virtual Choir
It is with great pride and honor that we share with you all, Voices International most recent project -
VI Virtual Choir singing "No Time", directed by James Libbey.
Two months ago, we had to stop our VI rehearsals.
We had to stop seeing each other on Mondays, we had to stop singing together, we had to put everything on hold.
We were forced to be physically separated, but we can happily say that we never stopped being together!
We kept our online meetings on Mondays, and we worked together for this project! Each one of us in their own homes, but still singing as a choir!
57 singers (from 35 different nationalities), our concert pianist Katrin, and our conductor James!
We are the Voices International choir and we will always sing together!
This video is dedicated to all our families, friends and dedicated audience members - we will miss seeing you at our concerts this season!
No Time Video Press Release
Start of next season: Christmas Season 14th September 2020
Cut off date for next season: TBC
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Who are we?
What makes VI unique?
We use English as the main working language.
We have members from many different Nationalities.
We sing a wide variety of musical styles.
We sing in many different languages
We donate concert proceeds to local and international charities.
"Voices International is made up of 57 singers of 35 different nationalities, a concert pianist Katrin and conductor James Libbey."