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About VOX Femina Los Angeles

VOX Femina Los Angeles gives women voice through the performance of quality choral literature. We are dedicated to commissioning new works and raising awareness about issues that affect us as a family of diverse women. Through our music, we seek to create a world which affirms the worth and dignity of every person.


Since our debut, VOX has performed a catalogue of music exemplifying diverse musical styles and repertoire. In keeping with our mission, VOX has commissioned over 50 new works for women’s voices, and collaborated with over 35 contemporary composers. In addition to our season schedule, which includes three subscription concerts, three free community concerts, and a cabaret night, VOX has been active in community outreach, performing and participating in over 200 community events and collaborating with other arts organizations such as the LA Philharmonic, LA Master Chorale, Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and VOX Dance Theatre.  In 2016, VOX was named District Nonprofit of the Year by then-State Senator Holly Mitchell; in 2017, VOX participated in the international Golden State Choral Trophy competition, winning the women’s category and the 2nd highest score overall; in 2018, VOX was selected to participate in the Tapestry International Festival in Vancouver, Canada. VOX was awarded the San Francisco Classical Voice Audience Choice Award for the Best Choral Performance of the 2019-2020 season in the LA area. In 2022, VOX was invited to perform as a Featured Ensemble at the ACDA Western Region Conference in Long Beach. In 2024, VOX was awarded the Margaret Hillis Award for Artistic and Organizational Achievement by Chorus America and made its debut at Carnegie Hall with National Concerts.

VOX Femina’s Music Education program was a long-hoped-for goal initiated during the 2016-2017 school year to help address the deficit of music education programs in Los Angeles public schools, with the objectives of offering free music programming to under-resourced students; introducing students to the choral art form; and paving the way for the next generation of choral music lovers and singers. To learn more about VOX's five-tier Music Education program click HERE.


VOX Femina Los Angeles is honored to have received grants from the California Arts Council; Chorus America; the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs; the City of West Hollywood; the City of Culver City; the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture; the National Endowment for the Arts; AIDS Healthcare Foundation; the David Bohnett Foundation; California Community Foundation – Brody Arts Fund; the Colburn Foundation; the Confidence Foundation; the Ella Fitzgerald Foundation; GALA Choruses; the James Irvine Foundation; The Music Man Foundation; Open Meadows Foundation; the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation; and Pasadena Showcase for the Arts. 

To view a list of our individual donors click HERE

Scroll through to see photos of VOX through the years!

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