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 with vOx's Summer Concert


Land of the Free

American Choral Music

of the 20th & 21st centuries


16th July 2022 - 19.30 

University Church of

St Mary the Virgin, Oxford

Including works by Lauridsen, Whitacre, and Glass

vOx is proud to support