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Another Octave: CT Women's Chorus
Celebrating our choices and experiences through the power of music, the chorus is open to all women. We perform for the pleasure of our audiences and ourselves.
http://www.anotheroctave.org/

Artemis Singers: Chicago's Lesbian Feminist Chorus
Artemis Singers is a lesbian feminist chorus comprised of women with diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women.
http://www.artemissingers.org/

CPWC Home
A diverse group of women, united by the joy of singing, to celebrate and empower women and to affirm a positive image of lesbians and feminists.
http://www.cpwchorus.org/

Columbus Women's Chorus
A ten year old chorus with a diverse group of women celebrating life through the power of music.
http://cwchorus.tripod.com/

Grand Rapids Women's Chorus
In 1996 GRWC was established for the education, enjoyment, and enrichment of its members and its audience. Performance schedule and CD purchase.
http://www.grwc.org/

Portland Lesbian Choir
A community choir open to all women who wish to sing. They are also a member of the Sister Singer's Network and maintain feminist goals and ideals.
http://www.plchoir.org/

Rainbow Women's Chorus
Est. 1996, San Jose, California. They sing to enhance the esteem of all women, to celebrate diversity, to promote peace and freedom, and to touch people's hearts and lives.
http://www.rainbowwomen.org/

Vox Femina Los Angeles
VFLA is a women's choral ensemble dedicated to performing quality music with an emphasis on literature by women composers. VFLA is a family of women who are lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual. Through music VFLA celebrates women and builds bridges within and beyond the lesbian and gay communities.
http://voxfemina.org/