Voice of Freedom is a Gospel choir, born in 1992 thanks to Avon Stuart, an African-American lyric artist. Since then, the choir has been formed as an association, and today it gathers between seventy and ninety amateur singers united around a common passion for Afro-American religious songs.
From “All my trials” to “Oh freedom”, these spirituals symbolize today the fight against all exclusions through the evocation of the suffering of black American slaves. It is in this spirit that Voice of Freedom likes to interpret these songs of freedom and hope, notably by supporting regurarly humanitarian projects and charitable organizations. Their repertoire is based on about fifty traditional or more recently songs composed by specialists in the genre. Singing spirituals is their way of perpetuating the tradition of this strong and profound music.