Concerts

Haunted Bloomington

October 27, 2019
5:00 and 7:00 pm at the Irish Lion upstairs
Master storyteller David Matlack will narrate this creepy musical retelling of some of Bloomington’s spookiest legends. Tickets are $10 general, $5 students. Howard Klug accompanies on clarinet.

SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION

March, 2020

GENDER 2.0 CHORAL CABARET

April, 2020

OTHER APPEARANCES

Voces Novae members will be singing at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater before the Bloomington Symphony’s program on Friday, November 29.

Stay tuned for information about the premiere in May of art videos created to Vonnegut: Requiem.

 

About Voces Novae

Latin for new voices, Voces Novae is a chamber choir based in Bloomington, Indiana, whose mission is to use music, and the arts generally, to explore ideas that enrich and inform our daily experience.

Voces Novae has consistently placed the arts into unexpected or stimulating contexts and places, creating a fresh look at old masterpieces and presenting new works in the service of broad and interesting ideas.

 
 
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Vonnegut: Requiem

Voces Novae commissioned a choral setting of Kurt Vonnegut's requiem text, a mass for the dead, with eight nationally recognized composers. The world premiere took place May 11/12, 2019, in conjunction with the Indiana University Arts & Humanities Council for the second annual Granfalloon. We’re now in the process of producing studio recordings of all 9 movements.

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Read the concert program

 

Other recent news and events:

  • Voces Novae's first concert of the 2018-19 season explored the topic of Sanctuary.

  • Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence. Voces Novae performed in May 2018 at Upland Brewing Co. as part of the inaugural Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence, a conference and festival celebrating the life and work of Kurt Vonnegut.

  • Our beloved director, Susan Swaney, is Project Jumpstart JSoM's Entrepreneur of the Month! Read more >>

  • Voces Novae was featured in Bloom Magazine in honor of our 20th anniversary. Read the Bloom article >>

  • Learn more about past programs >>

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