Voices International is a body of people of all levels of musical training and knowledge who love to sing together and perform for live audiences.


Voices International is a non-profit making, charitable organisation. Since 2004 VI has been a registered asbl (association sans but lucratif) under Luxembourg law. Since its inception Voices International has supported a number of charities


We perform two seasons of concerts each year, the first in June and the second in December. VI is also available to sing at weddings, christenings and other events upon request. All proceeds from our activities are donated to our nominated charity.


A wide variety of music styles are sung, including but not limited to pop, classical, soul, blues, jazz, rock, barbershop, spiritual and gospel. We mostly learn and perform SATB or SAB pieces, interspersed with some ladies’ and men’s songs and a few solos and small group pieces. Although the majority of the songs are in English, we also include at least a song or two from other languages in each repertoire (examples are French, Latin, Hebrew, Italian, Czech, Chinese, Swedish, Spanish, German, Polish, Greek, Amharic, African, Dutch, Hungarian, Slovak, Japanese, Scottish, Irish, Swahili, ladino and Luxembourgish). You can listen to some of our work here.


Voices International was founded in 1997 by Peggy Jenks and a few enthusiastic singers soon after the close of a local production of the musical “Oklahoma‿. She had inquired of the performers in this musical whether they might be interested in continuing to “get together and sing‿, and their response was very positive. A few weeks later the early roots of Voices International were planted.


Voices International is a non-profit making, charitable organisation, currently directed by Thomas Raoult and run by a comittee. Since 2004 VI has been a registered a.s.b.l. (association sans but lucratif) under Luxembourg law.

Joining Voices International 

Voices International recruits new members for the first few weeks at the start of each season in January and September.

If you would like to be involved in singing a variety of songs in a multicultural environment we would be delighted to welcome you. We do request a €80 fee (€40 for students) each season to cover the costs of purchasing music and other choir expenses.

Further information about what we expect from our members can be found in our handbook.  For further information you can also Contact us