voce's 2017-2018 season:
"faire is the heaven"
The Dome of Heaven
Ēriks Ešenvalds, Composer-in-Residence
Mark Singleton, Artistic Director
Saturday, November 4th, 7:30pm - Hartford, CT
Sunday, November 5th, 5:00pm - Boston, MA
Voce, led by Artistic Director Mark Singleton, kicks off its 2017-2018 season by welcoming world-renowned composer Ēriks Ešenvalds to present a concert featuring his works. One of the world’s most sought-after and gifted composers, his music has been performed on every continent by the finest choirs. Known for his luscious harmony and heavenly sonority, Ēriks has secured his place in the canon of choral giants. Join Voce for this exciting event!
Mark Singleton, Artistic Director of Voce, interviews with John Nowacki at NEPR premiering "Music of the Spheres" - Listen Here
"The wonderful Voce and the superb Mark Singleton sparkle with a deep sense of choral technique and intelligence. One of the finest choirs on the planet, they have a warmth of tone and beauty that is unique. I love working with them." - Paul Mealor
“Voce is clearly already in the upper echelon of American chamber choirs. During my recent residence with the ensemble I was constantly astonished at the level of artistry displayed by both the singers and their conductor, Mark Singleton. I have no doubt that this superb chorus will soon be recognized throughout the United States as exemplifying choral performance at its finest.” - Morten Lauridsen
"I greatly enjoyed working with Voce and its inspirational conductor, Mark Singleton. The group has a remarkable, unified sound, and each piece, phrase and note is performed with great sensitivity and care." - Ola Gjeilo
"The Voce ensemble is one of the great choruses I've heard perform my music - in the US or abroad. They are equally at home with traditional works as they are with pieces still set in fresh ink, and their unique sound is truly something to hear. As a composer of choral music, I can't emphasize enough how valuable a group like Voce is to people who care about the choral repertoire as well as those ready to be exposed to it for the first time. I could listen to their glorious voices all day!" - David Ludwig