Voices of Kentuckiana

Join VOICES of Kentuckiana!


Become a part of the VOICES family. We use everyone’s talent to make our concerts and has anyone ordered clomid walmart events the best they can be.

Join us this fall as we begin rehearsals ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 28 for our Holiday Concert in December!

Would you like to sing with VOICES? We are an all-inclusive, non-auditioned chorus and welcome all singers.

Although the chorus is non-auditioned, the Artistic Director will want to listen to you sing for proper Voice placement. Voice placements will also take place by appointment at Central Presbyterian Church.

To join us, PLEASE CONTACT ARTISTIC DIRECTOR JEFF BUHRMAN by emailing jbuhrman1253@gmail.com to set up a one-on-one meeting with Jeff so he can hear you sing and place you in a section.

We will have a new member orientation on Sunday, August 28 from 2-3 pm followed by the first rehearsal for our holiday concert.

VOICES of Kentuckiana rehearses every Sunday from 3:30 – 6:30pm at:

Central Presbyterian Church
318 West Kentucky Street
Louisville, KY

Need additional information? Please email us at info@voicesky.org!

Trivia Night at Play!

Team up for VOICES and join us for a fun-filled trivia night at Play Louisville!
Form your team of 2-6 people, come up with a funky and funny team name, and meet us on July 29 at 7pm for trivia. $10 per person secures your place. We’ll provide light snacks and access to the cash bar.
Have questions? Contact Linda Wilhelms at ljw1946@gmail.com.



Craig Scherman & Aaron Hutton invite you to their home to celebrate


for 22 years of glorious singing and community outreach and it’s only getting better!!

Sunday, July 10
4-7 pm
1208 Evergreen Rd Anchorage, KY

Tickets Available at the Door


VOICE of the Week: Tom White









As we prepare to present our spring concert, pills Brave & Beautiful, recipe we thought we would introduce you to some of our chorus members! This week, we’re proud to feature new member Tom White, who joined VOICES of Kentuckiana in January 2016.

Screen Shot 2016-03-17 at 3.08.05 PMTom began singing in choir after he was asked to sing with his grandmother’s choir in 1999. “I had a wonderful time,” says Tom, “so much so that I soon joined my grade school’s youth choir.” After sixth grade, Tom spent some time away from choruses. “As an undergraduate at Morehead State University, I elected to take three semesters of University Chorus.” After college, Tom began his career teaching music at a grade school, but soon realized he missed singing in choir. “I figured that singing in a choir would also help me be able to teach music better.”

That’s when Tom met Greg Sopko. “Greg invited me to see the winter concert, ‘A Sassy, Brassy, Bourbon Christmas,’ and I had a great time watching, listening, and enjoying the music.” Following the winter concert, Tom decided he wanted to go to a vocal placement session with Jeff, and was soon added to VOICES of Kentuckiana as a baritone.

“I’d love to become a better musician and get viagra online teacher through singing in VOICES,” shares Tom. “Even though I’ve only been in VOICES for three months, I’ve already learned so much in diction, breathing, and overall tonal quality. I hope to use these tactics in my own classes.” Tom’s also very excited to be singing in our spring concert, “Brave & Beautiful,” and travel to Denver this summer for GALA Festival.

“It’s wonderful to be part of such a nurturing environment,” says Tom. “My favorite part of being involved with VOK is the camaraderie. I’m really happiest when I’m in a community of people that nurtures, encourages, and expresses its love of music, and helps me express myself even more.”

We are so thrilled that Tom has joined VOICES of Kentuckiana, and we look forward to many seasons singing with him in the future.