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Available for Purchase

Wales Christmas CD

Dylan Thomas’ quintessential Christmastime story read by Welshman Melville Jones and accompanied by carols.

Ar Hyd y Nos – arr. David Archer
The Holly and the Ivy – arr. Ola Gjeilo
Snow – Stephen Chatman
Caroling, Caroling – Alfred Burt
Ah, Bleak and Chill the Wintry Wind – Alfred Burt
We’ll Dress the House – Alfred Burt
Yule-tide Fires – Diane Loomer
O Magnum Mysterium – Thomas Gonder
Suo Gân – arr. David Archer
The Serving Girl’s Holiday – Denis Donnelly
River  arr. Sebastian – Joni Mitchell, arr. Sebastian Rilton & Peter Sydén
Away in a Manger – arr. Ola Gjeilo

Available for purchase at our upcoming concerts:

Christmas Pops | Dec 7th, 8th & 9th, 2018

A Child’s Christmas in Wales | Dec 23rd & 24th, 2018

 

Summer Rain CD

Toivo Tulev
Summer Rain (Suvine Vihm)

César Geoffray
Triptyque Marial
I. Fille de ton fils
II. Salve Regina
III. Salut, Dame sainte

Jeff Enns
Life
I carry your heart
Lux Aeterna
Ave Maria
To You, Before the Close of the Day

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PURCHASE TICKETS

“Perfect diction, a bass with resonance evoking the depths of the ocean, a girl soprano with a voice like a boy chorister soaring into the gothic arches, a delicate tracery of gorgeous tones creating a texture like a cut-away silk brocade.”

Elizabeth Courtney, Music in Victoria

“It was an artistic pleasure every time to work with the talented and flexible Vox Humana Chamber Choir.  From stylistic performances of Messiah to challenging and nuanced performances of modern repertoire, they never failed to meet and surpass my hopes and expectations.”

Tania Miller, Conductor Emerita, Victoria Symphony

“Under the direction of Brian Wismath, Vox Humana consistently offers polished, expressive, and deeply committed performances. This adventurous choir explores a conspicuously wide range of repertoire from around the world, and deserves special praise for its refreshing commitment to contemporary music.”

Kevin Bazzana, classical-music columnist, Times Colonist (Victoria)