the Voice of Oxford
vOx is Oxford’s leading chamber choir. Under the inspirational leadership of conductor, David Crown, vOx have forged a reputation for excellence in repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary choral works. Vox is, of course, the Latin for voice and vOx specialise in performing works by composers with a special association with the city and university, from Edmund Turges in the early 16th century, to Alexander Campkin today.
Go Stateside for Summer with vOx
vOx's musical summer is taken up with a celebration of modern and contemporary American music.
Our concert on 16th July features works by Morten Lauridsen, Eric Whitacre, Philip Glass, Charles Ives, Ernst Toch and the beautiful Grace before Sleep by Susan LaBarr.
There's the chance, too, to participate. Join vOx in singing Morten Lauridsen's Six Fire Songs at our Come and Sing event on 18th June (below).