This select treble ensemble performs in numerous concerts on- and off-campus each semester, studying and performing a wide range of musical genres for soprano and alto voice. Vox Concordia is open to all students who sing soprano or alto, regardless of gender identity. Students should have previous choral experience and will be required to audition.
Vox Concordia meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00-3:25 pm. In the Fall of 2020, Vox Concordia will be in RONC mode, containing synchronous (in-person with remote option) and asynchronous sessions. All singers will participate in Adaptations 2020. Click here for Audition information.
Recent performance highlights include:
- February 2020: Gender Identity in Choral Music Symposium Concert
- November 2019: Featured performance at opening night of Lewis Ginter GardenFest of Lights
- February 2019: World premiere performance of Ave Maria by Raphael Fusco.
- April 2018: Participation in Open Minds concert with VCU Commonwealth Singers
- April 2018: Collaborative concert with the RVA Street Singers, a chorus for those affected by homelessness
- March 2018: Featured performance at Richmond Forum, with special guest speaker Samantha Powers
- February 2018: Performance at VCU’s Jazz for Justice event, a benefit concert to support local access to justice efforts and the development of future jazz artists.
- November 2017: Performance with the Richmond Symphony at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
- November 2016: Featured performance at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
- March 2016: Choral exchange with Longwood University women’s chorus
- November 2015: Collaborative performance of Vivaldi Gloria and Debussy Nocturnes with the VCU Symphony Orchestra
- April 2015: Performance at historic Bruton Parish church in Williamsburg
- December 2014: Collaborative performance of The Planets by Holst with the VCU Symphony Orchestra
- Fall 2011: Performance at Northern Virginia Community College
- Spring 2010: World premiere of Some New Threads for Eleanor & Jude by Doug Richards, with the VCU Symphony Orchestra and faculty jazz trio