Bio: Vox Femina Los Angeles (VFLA) was founded in January 1997 by Dr. Iris S. Levine and Stacey L. Poston. When the 21 founding first appeared on stage as guest artists with the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA) in April 1997, their much-heralded debut added a sparkling new dimension to the cult... See Full BioMore Info
Encore performance of "Celebrating the Muse"
"Celebrating the Muse" -- Join us as we celebrate the music, people, and events that have inspired us these past 15 years. We take a look back at special songs from our very first concert, commissions by well-known composers and the guest performers that shared the stage with us. Singer alumni will be joining the festivities. Vox is honored to welcome a very special guest, singer/songwriter Cris Williamson. As a pioneer of “Women’s Music”, Cris paved the way for today’s independent women artists who now regularly top the charts, and helped foster the birth of an entirely new genre of music.
"The Colours of Love", an elegant evening to celebrate the 15th Anniversary Season of Vox Femina Los Angeles, with distinguished honorees, featuring guest artists and members of VFLA!
Vox Femina Los Angeles continues its 15th Anniversary Season with From Shakespeare to Shamrocks, a spring concert celebration that brings the English and Irish together in song on Saint Patrick’s Day. In this bi-cultural evening, Vox Femina will unite classic Shakespeare sonnets with authentic Irish music sung in Gaelic. From classical works to folk songs, traditions new and old from England, Scotland and Ireland will be celebrated at the event. Singer-Composer Moira Smiley has been engaged by Vox to perform at the event, which will include Smiley singing the solo on the traditional Irish piece “Si do Mhaimeo,” as well as performing a solo set of traditional folk songs. The last selection of the evening, “The Irish Blessing,” was arranged for Vox, for female voices only, in 2007 by Graeme Langager as a tribute to Lynn Bielefelt, a dear friend and long-time supporter of Vox, who succumbed to breast cancer in 2001. The original composition of “The Irish Blessing” was dear to her heart.
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