Formerly known as The Burnt Hills Oratorio Society
For 50 years, you knew us as the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society.
Click to read about the journey to change our name.
believes in the Power of Singing
to bring joy
to unite as one
to change lives
to create community
OUR NEXT EVENT
Heroes deserve heroic music! There is no composer more celebrated for telling the stories of heroes than George Frideric Handel, the same composer of the universally loved The Messiah. Judas Maccabaeus was indeed a hero and Saratoga Voices wants to tell his story. On Friday, November 19, 2021, 7:30 PM, at the newly renovated Universal Preservation Hall (UPH), Saratoga Voices is performing a semi-staged version of Handel’s oratorio, Judas Maccabaeus. “The story is incredibly relevant today. The music is fiery, triumphant, beautiful and engaging,” says Dr. William Jon Gray, Artistic Director of Saratoga Voices. Come experience the latest state-of-the-art performing arts center located in Saratoga Springs NY.
MEET OUR ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
William Jon Gray
“The magic of Saratoga Voices is that its mission is not derived from the charisma of any individual, but from its devotion to great music and to coming together as a group to create something which is more meaningful than anyone could produce by oneself.”
-William Jon Gray
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Saratoga Voices embraces the choral arts within a vibrant, collaborative, and skill-nurturing environment, striving for excellence in choral performances, including diverse artists and audiences to share the joy and power of singing.
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For 50 years the chorus, formerly known as the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society, enriched the community with vibrant and inspiring choral performances. Now in its rebirth as Saratoga Voices, the organization looks forward to another 50 years of reimagining choral performance. Your generosity makes that possible.