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.
Join vOx for our upcoming concerts
Veni Veni Emmanuel - Music for advent
SJE Arts, Iffley Road. Sunday 28th November - 17.00
vOx open the door of their Advent calendar with a magical twilight concert at SJE Arts. With a performance of Bach’s exuberant Advent cantata, Schwingt freudich euch empor, the concert also features carols of the season, including Lauridsen’s O Magnum Mysterium and Judith Bingham’s luminous The Clouded Heaven.
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A Tudor Christmas
18th Dec. - St Michael at the North Gate - 17.00
20th Dec. Exeter College Chapel - 19.30
This Christmas, escape from wall-to-wall Mariah Carey and Ding Dong Merrily with vOx’s exploration of a Tudor Christmas. Performing the music that Henry VIII and Good Queen Bess would have listened to, the choir also pays tribute to forgotten Oxford composers of the sixteenth century. Enjoy an evening of tranquillity and beauty far from the bustle of last-minute shopping and social pressures.
Find full details of the programme here
Hire the Choir - your own personal vOx performance
Music is part of the web of our lives and helps us mark and remember special occasions.
Either the full vOx choir or smaller ensemble groups are available to hire for a wedding, funeral, requiem Mass, private function, conferences or festival.