We are a group of dynamic and talented singers who had many years’ experience in other choirs before forming our own chamber group. Under the direction of conductor Jane Hopkins, we are typically a choir of 12 to 18 voices, performing a cappella or with accompaniment. Our repertoire includes both religious and secular works from the 13th century to the present day.
5th April 2016 – St Martin-in-the-Fields in collaboration with Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra
Voxcetera’s spring concert will again be at one of the capital’s most special venues, St. Martin-in-the-Fields on Trafalgar Square. We will once more be collaborating with the acclaimed Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra, this time for a performance of Faure’s Requiem.
The first half of the concert will see works by Pärt, Esenvalds, Eric Whitacre and Benjamin Britten.
“I was surprised by how professional it was. I knew it would be good but I didn’t realise it would be perfect”
“I was entranced by Voxcetera’s ability to engage with the audience”
“…the relationship between the choir and conductor Jane Hopkins was astonishing. Sixteen pairs of eyes only occasionally glanced at their music, reserving their intense concentration for her ambulatory direction…”
“Even in the cold, Voxcetera sing to make your hearts warm… an audience of 100 shivers and applauds enthusiastically!”
“A feast for the ears”
From our Concert in St Sepulchre’s church, London, in March 2013