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VOICE Festival is next month
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The Savannah VOICE Festival will run from Aug. 8-18 at various venues around The Hostess City. Guests will be able to enjoy their favorite type of music as the Festival celebrates the diversity of voices. 

This season’s theme is, “Homecoming,” and celebrates the Festival’s artists, audiences, and the city of Savannah. Savannah OPERA will offer Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” as part of the Savannah VOICE Festival, on Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Yamacraw Performing Arts Center. This production is a community collaboration with returning Festival Artists, Milnes VOICE Studio singers, Chatham County School students and a Savannah OPERA orchestral ensemble, conducted by Jorge Parodi and directed by Chad Sonka.

The Festival will provide musical experiences for all to enjoy, featuring a variety of performances from opera, musical theatre, and song. The line-up of events will include Festival favorites such as “VOICES in Sacred Song” on Aug. 14, Saturday morning Coffee Concerts, and master classes with Maestro Sherrill Milnes, president and co-founder of the Sherrill Milnes VOICE Programs Maria Zouves, renowned stage director Fabrizio Melano along with psychotherapist Laura Melano Flanagan, and Yale Presidential scholar, pianist, and vocal coach Howard Watkins. The Festival will return to the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force on Aug. 10 for its “Homecoming” concert, and Asbury Memorial Church for the “Aria” and “Back to Broadway” concerts on Aug. 8 and Aug. 16.

As we walk the paths of our past, our hearts know a feeling of belonging, of roots that run deep, and of the ever-present possibility of new beginnings. This season finds us once again making music in beautiful historic venues in Savannah and Pooler,” said Zouves.

To purchase tickets, please visit, or call the box office at 855-766-7372. Box office hours are Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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