Who we are...
Vox Humana was founded by Dr. David N. Childs in 2010. It currently comprises 24 professional singers drawn from around the United States, and has a roster of over sixty professional musicians, many of whom are 'rock stars' in their own right. At any given Vox Humana concert one will hear singers from all walks of life: opera, freelance, IT, education (elementary teachers through college professors), surgeons, and church musicians. Vox Humana is unique in that it believes in furthering young musicians, and it believes in making a difference in people's lives through performance, recording, and education.
Vox Humana has no paid staff. Our board members do not receive any compensation whatsoever. We are devoted to music education and outreach, and to providing excellent performances, and all board members donate their time and energy, including the Artistic Director. Every contribution you make goes directly toward programming and/or event underwriting and expenses (such as printing, music purchase, travel etc.). Please consider joining our elite list of kind contributors today, and to help foster music education and performance.
Mission and Vision Statements
Mission: Vox Humana seeks to draw all persons into the embrace of the musical arts by producing world-class choral performances, by exploring avenues of music innovation, and by engaging new and diverse audiences in extraordinary musical and educational experiences. Vision: Our Vision is to enrich community life through choral music, foster advancement of choral arts, and to nurture the development of choral talent in it’s youth.
- Dieu! Qu'il la fait bon regarder! - Debussy
- Nox Aurumque - Eric Whitacre
- Sure On This Shining Night - Morten Lauridsen
- The New Moon - David N. Childs
- O salutaris Hostia - Eriks Esenvalds
- Laudate Dominum - Josef Gabriel Rheinberger
- Beati quorum via - Charles Villiers Stanford
- Ave verum corpus - Matthew Harris