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vox humana, choir
2:26pm Friday 7th September 2012 in News
Vox Humana, a choir specialising in medieval, renaissance and sacred music is encouraging people to join them.
The choir sing music from early in the first millennium to the middle of the second, from Ambrosian and Gregorian chant, to the sequences of Hildegard and the early French motets.
This is a chance to be part of group that has performed in some the nation’s most venerated venues, such as Beaulieu Abbey, The Oxford Oratory, Boxgrove Priory, Romsey Abbey, Arundel Castle, Arundel Cathedral and Chichester Cathedral. From the ranks of Vox Humana come Gregoriana and Vox Angelica, Gregoriana singing chant, and Vox Angelica singing as a smaller group. Rehearsals are weekly but there is an active social life attached to the choir, with an annual some barbecue and a dinner in the festive season.
Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass voices are desirable, whilst there is no requirement for a vibrato voice.
The choir rehearses on Mondays at St Barnabas Church, Rose Road, Southampton. For further details, contact Julien Chilcott-Monk on 01962 869035.
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