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Voices of Light is a Black Queer artist collective that performs for Lighthouse Foundation of Chicagoland, our partner organizations and community based events. 

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Isaac Ray


Isaac Ray is a young, ambitious, talented artist from Chicago, IL. In one of the greatest and most competitive musical cities, he has found himself rising to the top of the elite crop. This is largely due to his extreme work ethic, passion, precision to detail, and ability to maneuver amongst the gifted masses and still be heard loud and clear.

Like most of the great singers before him, Isaac began his musical ten inside the four walls of the church. This, along with being a part of the groundbreaking gospel choir, Soul Children of Chicago, gave him the tools to travel around the country, including overseas.

Diversity, variety, and the ability to adapt to multiple music genres are some of Isaac’s greatest strengths. He learned a great deal of this while attending the prominent Chicago High School for the Arts. This coveted institution allowed his natural gift to be infused with classical music and vocal techniques.

Currently, Isaac is a full-time professional artist, dancer, actor, and recording session singer. He has lent his vocal talents to artists such as Kierra Sheard, Kevin Gray, Walt Whitman, Jennifer Hudson, and Fantasia.

Welcome to the stage...Isaac Ray.

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Aniyah is a soprano in Voices of Light. She enjoys singing, songwriting, dancing and enjoying life. She is heavily active in community advocacy work and she works to create social equity within the cannabis industry. She loves all genres of music and some of her favorite composers are Quincy Jones, Donny Hathaway, and Patrice Rushen. She aspires to become of songwriter and create legendary music.

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Hasan Govan


A Philly native, Hasan is not only a singer, but also specializes in drums, guitar, and piano. He currently is a regular performer at Howl at the Moon Chicago. 

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Lester Jay


Lester Jenkins is a Chicago native and a BA graduate of Columbia College Chicago, where he concentrated in vocal jazz performance and acting studies. Lester has been performing professionally 11 years in the Midwest and southern areas of the country via various bands including the Dennis Keith Experience, TVK Orchestra, Chicago Elite Orchestra, David Rotherstein Group.


Lester has various house/R&B projects available digitally (under the alias Lester Jay), and has been selected for various projects both performance and television including gospel artist Donald Lawrence, American Idol, and Verizon. Lester can currently be seen at various public Midwest dates with Chez Butter or the “Tears Dry on their Own: An Amy Winehouse Tribute” tour.

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Randy Faciane-Robinson


Originally from Saginaw, MI, Randy Faciane-Robinson has appeared in theatrical productions from New York City to Chicago; he looks forward to gracing the stage once again with Voices of Light.

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Tremaine Love


Tremaine Love's high demand as a masterful percussion technician has afforded him the opportunity to travel the country teaching various percussion camps, hosting clinics, and a Master class Instructor. As a National Educator, Mr. Love has discovered the key to a successful percussion program is LOVE. Educated at one of Illinois most elite Music Education Colleges, VanderCook College of Music, holding a B.M. and MM at Northern Illinois University. Mr. Love is also an accomplished Pianist and award-winning arranger. Mr. Love is the Director of Percussion at Homewood-Flossmoor

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