Vox Luminis

Cornerstone to the Metropolitan Chorale is the select ensemble, Vox Luminis.  Established in 2008 as a lecture/recital ensemble, this group of ten to twelve voices quickly became known and loved for their “shimmery musicality”.  Lectures and performances have ranged from masterworks of the Renaissance to 20th Century American composers, with even a bit of rock and roll thrown in. While the lecture/recital format is still a favorite of the ensemble, they have recently inaugurated the popular new “Friends and Family” series.  In addition to performing with the Metropolitan Chorale, Vox Luminis can be found performing at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Powell Gardens, the Simpson House, and other charming venues throughout the city.  

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Friends And FamilyFriends and Family Performance