According to their web site: "The Voices Foundation was founded in 1993 by Susan Digby OBE, following the award of a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship which enabled her to visit Finland, Hungary, Canada and the USA to study methods of music education and choral training.
"The main inspiration for The Voices Foundation was Susan Digby’s observation of the work of the renowned music educationalist Zoltan Kodaly in Hungary.
Accessed April 2012: 
- Founder President: The Late Lord Menuhin OM KBE
- President: Sir David Willcocks CBE MC
- Founder & Principal: Susan Digby (Lady Eatwell) OBE B Mus Churchill Fellow
- Board of Directors: Lord Fellowes (Chairman), Sir Christopher Airy, Alistair Crellin, Louis Elson, Christopher Hopton, Dame Janet Ritterman, James Sainsbury
- Consultative Council: The Lord Armstrong of Ilminster (Founder Member), Humphrey Burton CBE, Sir Michael Craig-Cooper CBE, Sir Ronald Grierson, Ffion Hague, Lady Judge, Leopold de Rothschild CBE (Founder Member), Ian Stoutzker OBE
- Education and Artistic Advisory Board: Howard Goodall (Chairman), Ralph Allwood, Michael Brewer OBE, Paul Gladstone-Reid, Professor Roger Graef, Ian Hay Davison CBE, Elizabeth Rayment-Pickard, Professor Peter Renshaw, Jill Henderson Wild, The Very Rev. Robert Willis
- Director of Curriculum and Training: Michael Stocks BA
- Senior Development Consultant: Susan Hollingworth