Vox Femina
And Justice for All
November 05, 2011

Join us for this inspiring evening about love and equality as Vox Femina explores the issues of equality and immigration with their mighty voices. Come share their passion for fairness, proving that all men and women are created equal.  The highlight of the concert will be Mark Koval’s work We the People, which tells the story of the fight for marriage equality in narration and song.

Since 1997, Vox Femina Los Angeles has been fulfilling its mission to "give women voice through the performance of quality choral literature" by performing highly eclectic repertoire including the commissioning of more than twenty new works for women's voices by living composers. Diverse in culture, age, race, belief and sexual identity, Vox is a non-profit women's chorus committed to raising awareness about issues that affect them as a family of women. Through music, Vox aims to create a world that affirms the worth and dignity of every person. 

Dr. Iris Levine is nationally recognized for her excellence in choral conducting, and is both the founder and artistic director of Vox Femina Los Angeles. Through her extensive experience with women’s choral literature, and innovative concert programming, Dr. Levine has charted Vox Femina on an impressive journey, building its prominence in the choral community by way of numerous appearances at ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) conventions, Chorus America conferences, and over 100 appearances throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. Dr. Levine is Department Chair and Professor of Music at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, Choir Director at Stephen S. Wise Temple, and is the National Chair of the ACDA Repertoire and Standards Committee for Women’s Choirs.

$25 in advance / $30 at door / $20 students

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