Grand Rapids Women’s Chorus, giving a joyful voice to women’s lives.
We sing choral music that celebrates the rich diversity of women of all races, ages, cultures and traditions.
The Grand Rapids Women’s Chorus is an energetic group of volunteers who are passionately dedicated to singing music that delights, uplifts and educates our community. We believe music is a powerful tool to promote equality and social justice, and that all our lives are enriched by experiencing the power of performing arts.Learn More
A Song Can Hold You Up
Weekend Workshop for Choruses
October 21 – 23, 2022
The GRWC is thrilled to welcome internationally renowned vocal activist, composer, and song-leader Melanie DeMore this fall for a weekend of workshops and performances in Grand Rapids, MI. Weaving the fibers of African American folk music with songs for social justice and activism, Melanie will lead our community on a journey of singing together in the oral tradition. All that is required is a willingness to sing and experience the power of community voice as we move to tighten the weave of community through song. Public performance details will be shared soon.
It is Audition Time!
August 15 and 17, 2022
Is the GRWC the right chorus for you? Yes, if you are someone who…
* Loves to sing and is willing to learn a variety of musical styles, including music from all over the world
* Can either read music or match pitch and learn by ear
* Can commit to our rehearsal/performance schedule for a minimum of one year; and
* Can carry out GRWC’s mission statement