Vox Humana Chamber Choir
Since 2002, Vox Humana has established itself as Victoria’s premier chamber choir and an ensemble of great diversity and flexibility. Their repertoire covers every historical period and style, from the earliest polyphony to contemporary commissions. Highlights of their past performances include Handel’s Dixit Dominus with Victoria’s Galiano Ensemble in 2003, appearances with the Victoria Symphony in 2004 and 2006 on their Christmas Pops programme and in 2011 for Handel’s Messiah, the soundtrack for the TV documentary Captain Cook: Obsession and Discovery, scored by Victoria composer Tobin Stokes, and the Victoria premiere of Video Games Live. The choir’s membership ranges from advanced-level students through to experienced professional musicians. In 2011, the choir released their first CD, Summer Rain that features the music of Jeff Enns, César Geoffray and Toivo Tulev.