VOX Femina receives NEA grant
for November 2019 concert
VOX Femina performs at the ACDA Western Regional Conference
Who is VOX Femina?
MISSION: VOX Femina Los Angeles gives women voice through the performance of quality choral literature. Diverse in culture, age, race, belief and sexual identity, we are a chorus committed to commissioning new works and raising awareness about issues that affect us as a family of women. Through music, we aim to create a world that affirms the worth and dignity of every person.
FOUNDER and artistic director of VOX Femina Los Angeles, Dr. Iris S. Levine, is nationally recognized for her excellence in choral conducting. Through her extensive experience with women’s choral literature, and innovative concert programming, Dr. Levine has charted VOX Femina on an impressive 20-year journey, building its prominence in the choral community by way of numerous appearances at ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) conventions, and over 200 appearances throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. Read more →
Did You Know?
vox [voks] is the Latin word for ‘voice’ / femina [‘fem-in-uh] is a Latin noun meaning ‘woman’
VOX's 22nd Season started with a sold out concert, Fired Up! Singing for Justice with Holly Near. Joined on stage by legendary musicians and activists, Holly Near, Tammy Hall, and Jan Martinelli, the concert included songs of protest, hope, and unity to inspire the audience to work for social justice and peace.
To read more about VOX's incredible season, including the first annual Concert for Youth, the Ovation Awards, and a performance with Ingrid Michaelson at the LA Women's March, click HERE.
VOX continued its season with, Our Children, Our Hope, a celebration of motherhood narrated by Tony Award-winning actress Joanna Gleason. The concert featured music from around the globe, and included a collaboration with the Culver City Middle School Voicestra Choir.
VOX rounded out the season with its concert honoring the LGBTQ+ community and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Hearts of Courage. The concert included performances from the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and featured dancers from GMCLA, in a salute to Pride month.