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Anne Axworthy

Anne Axworthy was director for

nearly 30 years of Orpheus Choral Group, an outreach group of Orpheus Musical Theatrical Society, and she continued on seamlessly with those duties when we became the independent Voices in Harmony in September 2014. Anne not only directs our music, she also teaches our chorus singing techniques at

every practice so that we can bring the very best in sound and music to you our audience.


Anne also directs The Ladies of the

Day, a women’s barbershop chorus. She currently sings with Canadian Showtime Chorus (Sweet Adelines),

in the past sang for 35 years with the Capital Chordettes of Harmony, Inc. and for five years, with her husband Bill Wilson, directed the Ottawa Police Chorus.



Judith Ginsburg

Pianist Judith Ginsburg, possibly the best of Ottawa’s regular accompanists, had a fine rapport with the soloist and was deft and musical, as always.” (Ottawa Citizen) Judith was the longtime Principal Repetiteur, Opera Studio Manager and Music Director of the Opera for Young Audiences program with Opera Lyra Ottawa. She is a frequent performer in the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, Music and Beyond Festival, and has been heard in the National Arts Centre’s Music for a Sunday Afternoon, Almonte in Concert Series and on CBC Radio. Judith has collaborated with many of Canada’s leading artists and has performed extensively in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Her teachers have included Jean Paul Sevilla, Paul Hamburger, Martin Isepp and Seymour Bernstein. Judith is in great demand as a collaborative pianist. For several years, she was a faculty member of the National Arts Centre’s Young Artists Program as Collaborative Pianist. Judith is Pianist and Managing Director with the Ottawa Suzuki Strings music school, Vocal Coach with the University of Ottawa Opera Program, Founder and Artistic Director of Chamber Opera Company Ottawa (COCO) and a MASC Artist.

Judith joined Voices in Harmony in the fall of 2022




  The Voices in Harmony logo portrays an innovative image of the group to its audience.

 The tulip symbolizes Ottawa, which is known for its Tulip Festival. The flower is also a representation of the beauty and harmony of nature which resembles the  qualities of the chorus.

 The colour red represents Canada and the passion the group demonstrates at each of their performances.

 The clef sign is embedded in the flower as a musical symbol. The white colour also adds some light to the logo and creates a visual point of interest.

 The mixture of two fonts helps to create a perfect combination between the classic typeface and a more personal handwriting touch.

 The font “Palatino Linotype“ is classy and contemporary at the same time. “Notera” font impresses a more casual and relaxed feeling for Voices.

 Voices in Harmony thanks Alicia Paloukas, creative director of Spire Design (spiredesign.ca) for her imaginative work in designing our logo.

Voices in Harmony - Fall 2015