Save the date:
Meditations on Life~Death
Two performances on Sunday, Nov. 1:
4pm at North Christian Church, 850 Tipton Lane, Columbus, IN (free performance)
7:30pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington
2120 N. Fee Lane, Bloomington
Admission: $15; $10 students and seniors
Recent news and events:
On Friday May 15, 2015, Voces Novae presented Gender 101: A Choral Cabaret, a light-hearted look at the span of human gender possibilities, with music ranging from Victorian parlor songs to music theater tunes, pop/rock favorites and Eric Whitacre. Over 100 people attended the two shows.
Voces Novae participated in the dedication of the monuments for George Shively and his family members at Rose Hill Cemetery at a ceremony on Easter Sunday. Learn more >>
More than 150 people joined us for Whaddya Know? on March 8, 2015"Piecing a program of music together often isn’t enough for Susan Swaney, the creative artistic director of Voces Novae, the always-a-pleasure-to-hear community choir she has nurtured for years. The group’s stated mission is 'to use music to explore ideas that enrich and inform our daily experience.'... Swaney chose the music widely and wisely, in support of her mind games. What pleased me most was the flow of music and the impressively high quality of the singing. That’s what I came for; that’s what I got." - Review excerpt of Whaddya Know? by Peter Jacobi, Herald-Times
- A musical walking tour of the B-Line Trail, October 11, 2014.
- WFHB Interchange producers Doug Storm and Trish Kerlé recorded much of the May 17, 2014, Rose Hill walkabout. It's now available as a podcast >>
- Learn more about past programs >>
Flight of the Bumblebee from our Superheroes! program
Latin for new voices, Voces Novae is a Bloomington, Indiana-based community chamber choir 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.
If you would like to contribute to Voces Novae, see Contact Us >>