Choirs

Vox Humana Chamber Choir
Since its founding in 2002, Vox Humana has established itself as Victoria’s premier chamber choir. Under the direction of Brian Wismath, its core group of 20 singers ranges from advanced students to professional musicians. Vox Humana performs music from all eras, but especially excels in the performance of new music. Their CD Summer Rain, released in 2011, includes works by Canadian composer Jeff Enns, Estonian Toivo Tulev, and French composer César Geoffray. The choir’s most recent performance of Britten’s War Requiem marks Vox Humana’s fifth appearance with the Victoria Symphony. In addition to its appearances with the orchestra, the choir was a guest ensemble at the Victoria Symphony’s New Music Festival in 2014, devoted to the music of Gyorgy Ligeti. Vox Humana will also be a guest on the upcoming New Music Festival in March 2015, featuring the music of Irish composer Gerald Barry. For more information visit www.voxhumanachoir.ca.

Victoria Choral Society
The Victoria Choral Society is a 120-member, auditioned, mixed-voice symphonic chorus, dedicated to presenting the finest choral music from baroque to contemporary. For more than 80 years, the Victoria Choral Society has played a leading role in the cultural life of Victoria, and has performed with every Victoria Symphony conductor since the Symphony’s inception. Visit www.victoriachoralsociety.ca for more information.

Victoria Conservatory of Music Chorale
The VCM Chorale is a 30 person mixed-voice chamber choir that brings together VCM students with community members to create fun, inspiring concerts that will satisfy your craving for a truly engaging choral experience. Visit www.vcm.bc.ca for more information.

Linden Singers of Victoria
The Linden Singers of Victoria is an auditioned mixed choir of approximately 50 voices, which has been active in Victoria, British Columbia for over 30 years. The choir has become well recognized for its interpretative skills of a broad spectrum of secular and religious choral music from the 16th to the 21st century. Visit www.lindensingers.ca for more information.

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