Vox Femina's Celebrating the Muse
Date: June 16, 2012
Vox Femina Los Angeles concludes its 15th anniversary season by celebrating the music, people and events that have inspired the choir over the years. They take a look back at special songs from their very first concert, commissions by well-known composers and the guest performers that shared the stage with Vox. Singer alumni will be joining the festivities as well as special guest performer - singer/song-writer Cris Williamson.
Vox Femina Los Angeles is a women’s choral ensemble dedicated to the performance of quality choral literature from a world perspective with an emphasis on music by women composers.
Colburn School - Zipper Concert Hall
200 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90012 Get Directions
Included in ticket price is a special pre-concert discussion at 7:30pm about the evening’s music by Vox’s musicologist, Marcela Pan.
All concerts are ASL interpreted
Tickets are $25-$30 presale; $35 at the door. Discounts available for seniors, students and groups of 10 or more. Call 310-922-0025 or visit us at www.voxfeminala.org for more info.
Vox Femina will also perform Celebrating the Muse on Sunday, June 17th at 3:00pm at the Congregation Kol Ami in West Hollywood (1200 N. La Brea Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90038).
You can also visit the event's website at: www.voxfeminala.org/c3-12_celebrating_the_muse.htm
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