Gallery Voices

Elizabeth Anne Fulford, Director

Gallery Voices
A select group of vocalists performing a tapestry of musical styles: Medieval, Renaissance, Early American hymns and folk songs, 19th and 20th-century part-songs, and more.

Washington Revels Gallery Voices was formed in 2002 by Elizabeth Fulford and performs at outdoor festivals, on several area concert series and at special events. They perform annually at the U.S. National Arboretum and have also appeared at the Sidney Harman Center for the Arts, Glen Echo, Washington National Opera Ball, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Washington National Cathedral.

Recently, in conjunction with Washington Revels’ new Civil War-era programming, the group has added music of that era to its repertoire, and is featured on Washington Revels’ new recording, “Hard Times Come Again No More.” In addition, Gallery Voices can now be heard on Washington Revels’ 2013 recording, “Sing & Rejoice.”

Upcoming Gallery Voices Events

  • Echo Arts Festival 2022
    September 25 – Gallery Voices at Glen Echo Park
    The Washington Revels Gallery Voices joins the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts & Culture for a celebration of visual and performing arts! This FREE event will include a multitude of hands-on activities and unique opportunities to delve into the arts. From screen printing, to photography, to pottery, and beyond, everybody is sure to find something fun to explore!...
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Gallery Voices at the FONA Garden Fair
Gallery Voices performs annually at the Friends of the National Arboretum (FONA) Garden Fair.
Doing the Maypole at the FONA Garden Fair
Gallery Voices dancing the Maypole at FONA and a visit from the Green Man.
Gallery Voices at Happenings at the Harman
Gallery Voices performing madrigals and part songs at Happenings at the Harman.
Gallery Voices performing "Brush Up Your Shakespeare"
The group performing “Brush Up Your Shakespeare” in a performance at Happenings at the Harman.

For more information about Washington Revels Gallery Voices, and to explore hosting a performance at your site, contact Toni Goldberg at