The Voices of Ohio - Lawrence Welk for the Baby Boomers - Columbus, Ohio

by Malcolm Spence
(Columbus, OH, USA)

The Voices of Ohio

The Voices of Ohio

THE VOICES OF OHIO performs a wide variety of traditional, and contemporary choral music. Our repertoire includes music that celebrates the American heritage and spirit. With a variety of spiritual hymns, Broadway show tunes, pop, rock, blues, traditional and patriotic music are all included in THE VOICES OF OHIO songbook.

During the past four decades, members of THE VOICES OF OHIO have entertained millions of people. They have delighted audiences throughout the world, be it the Grand Concert Halls of Europe, the White House Rose Garden, “The Great White Way” in New York City, or in the prestigious “Tournament of Roses Parade”.

Recently, The Voices of Ohio were featured performers on the "Kenny Rogers Christmas and Hits Tour", the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival, Barnesville Heritage Celebration, Willard, Ohio Summer Concert Series, Dynamite National Showcase, Ohio Department of Natural Resources at The Ohio State Fair and for Governor and Mrs. Ted Strickland at the Governor's Residence.

Our talented choir members represent several generations and come from all walks of life. As diverse as the music they sing and perform, their love of music, friendship and dedication have brought them together again for your entertainment pleasure.

It is due to our common history that we say:

“Come Hear Us Again, For the First Time!”

Please visit The Voices of Ohio web site at

For booking information contact Malcolm Spence at or (614) 557-9454.

You can see our promo video on youtube at

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