Vox Camerata Ltd

Vox Camerata Ltd

A centre of advocacy, discovery, learning and practice for choral music making in Singapore.

Who we are

About

Vox Camerata is a registered non-profit company limited by guarantee, and is a centre of advocacy, discovery, learning, and practice for choral music in Singapore.

Vox Camerata uses choral music and the performing arts to uplift, enable, and empower people to bring communities together.

We co-create and run evidenced based programmes with cultural workers and communities in order to created a positive change in Singapore and Beyond through the medium of performing arts. These programmes include professional residencies, dialogues, lecture recitals and interactive workshops.

Our Core Values

Guiding principles that define Vox Camerata’s ethos

Inclusivity

Everyone, regardless of background or ability, is welcomed to sing in our choirs. Diversity enriches our music and community.

Musical Excellence

Striving for the highest quality music-making experience, we mentor and nurture our members to create beautiful music together.

Community Building

Fostering friendships, collaborations, and a sense of belonging. Our choirs serve as safe spaces for music enthusiasts to grow and thrive.

What's up at Vox?

Collegia: A Nexus of Songs (I)

Following an 8-month period of incubation, the new compositions created as part of the second run of the Choral Collective Residency Programme (CCRPSG) will be premiered by Vox Llinette at Collegia: A Nexus of Songs (I). Read More "Collegia: A Nexus of Songs (I)"

2023 Auditions

Vox Camerata is looking for singers to join our Female, Male and Chamber chorus... Read More "2023 Auditions"

Our Recordings

Lamentation of Jeremiah II (Thomas Tallis)

Performed by the Vox Camerata Chamber Singers (2020), this recording was enacted in accordance with the advisories laid out by... Read More "Lamentation of Jeremiah II (Thomas Tallis)"

Lamentation of Jeremiah I (Thomas Tallis)

Performed by the Vox Camerata Chamber Singers (2020), this recording was enacted in accordance with the advisories laid out by... Read More "Lamentation of Jeremiah I (Thomas Tallis)"

Dare To Dream (Lennie Chua)

Performed live by Vox Camerata Chamber Singers during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall... Read More "Dare To Dream (Lennie Chua)"

Find This Rainbow (Lennie Chua)

Performed live by Vox Camerata Chamber Singers during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall... Read More "Find This Rainbow (Lennie Chua)"

Koi No Kakurembo 恋のかくれんぼ (Toru Takemitsu)

Performed live during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall Composed in 1961 with lyrics... Read More "Koi No Kakurembo 恋のかくれんぼ (Toru Takemitsu)"

Make Them Hear You (Stephen Flaherty, arr. Shahril Salleh)

Performed live during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall From the hit 1996 Canadian... Read More "Make Them Hear You (Stephen Flaherty, arr. Shahril Salleh)"

Mae-E 前へ (Kentaro Sato)

Performed live during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall Kentaro Sato, an award-winning Los... Read More "Mae-E 前へ (Kentaro Sato)"

Chiisana Sora 小さな空 (Toru Takemitsu)

Performed live during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall“Small Sky” in English, this song... Read More "Chiisana Sora 小さな空 (Toru Takemitsu)"

A Clare Benediction (John Rutter)

Performed live during Musica Intimae: The Plain of Dreams 夢の広野 (2018) at Victoria Concert Hall Featuring Vox Camerata alongside The... Read More "A Clare Benediction (John Rutter)"

Ave Maria (Charles West arr. Shahril Salleh)

Performed live during Collegia Musica: Seréne (2017) by the Vox Camerata Chamber Singers at The Armenian Church https://youtu.be/0DseoxOSuVA Read More "Ave Maria (Charles West arr. Shahril Salleh)"

Have I told you lately (arr. Shahril Salleh)

My dad passed away from a heart attack on the 6th of October 2015. His unexpected passing was quite hard... Read More "Have I told you lately (arr. Shahril Salleh)"