Credit: Yevgenia Doluda,

Voices International performed their "Harmony of Senses" in the Grand Auditorium of the Philharmonie in Luxembourg-Kirchberg on Sunday 16 June 2024.

The concert featured an international group of 150 singers from 39 countries. The programme showcased a range of vocal talent with performances in multiple languages. Conducted by James Libbey, the artistic director of Voices International since 2018, the concert aimed to celebrate cultural diversity that is key to Luxembourg. The singers and orchestra were accompanied by a group from the International School of Luxembourg (ISL), where Mr Libbey is a music and theatre teacher.

Inclusivity was also a big part of the concert, with singers choosing to incorporate sign language during "I Sing Because I'm Happy" in an effort to demonstrate that music should be enjoyed by everyone. Furthermore, the concert's proceeds were directed towards two charities: ALAN Maladies Rares Luxembourg and St Ann Orphanage in Uganda. This continues Voices International's tradition of supporting children worldwide.

Towards the end of the concert, the audience was invited to join the performance of P!nk's "What About Us" by clapping and singing along. The singers also went around saying their nationalities to showcase the true diversity of the group.

Voices International is a choral group from Luxembourg that is composed of adults from varying musical backgrounds and skills. They have two annual shows and rehearse weekly on Monday evenings.