Vox Camerata - About Us

The Choir

Our namesake, the Florentine Camerata, originated from a group of humanists, musicians, poets and intellectuals in the late Renaissance Florence who gathered under the patronage of Count Giovanni de Bardi to discuss and guide trends in the arts. They met between 1573 until the late 1580s at the house of Bardi. Members of the group… Read more »

Artistic Director

Mohamed Shahril bin Mohamed Salleh has a long affinity and interest in conducting, having studied Choral and Orchestral Conducting with Dr Richard Swann, Mr Gwyn Roberts and Dr Debra Cairns during his undergraduate and postgraduate tenure. He also had the opportunity to work with several well-known clinicians such as Dr Anton Armstrong, Dr Heather Buchanan,… Read more »

Associate Conductor

Jolene Khoo is the recently appointed Associate Conductor of Vox Camerata. She started developing her talents in piano lessons taught by Mdm Ler Hui Siam at the age of nine and later took Music O Levels at Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School. Enthused by the rich musical experience she had in her time in secondary school, Jolene… Read more »

Our Members

“We drew inspiration from our namesake in the spirit that we are simply people coming from all walks of life to discuss and learn more about the melodious delights our voices can actually create. Some of us knew nothing about singing, except for the days of music classes back in primary school; others have varied… Read more »