About Vox Grata

Repertoire

Artistic programming for each Vox Grata concert is inspired by the work of the corresponding partner organization, allowing for the presentation of meaningful, relevant art.

This inspires donations for beneficiaries and raises awareness for important local causes. Through thematic concert programs, the choir has explored issues ranging from human trafficking to welcoming immigrants into our communities.

Our concert “Advice to a Young Girl” benefitting Mother to Mother included composer Moira Smiley’s “I Have a Voice,” a song of female empowerment. The text emphasizes listening carefully to one’s inner voice.

The beneficiary of our concert “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor” was Sew for Hope, a local organization that teaches sewing skills to immigrant and refugee women seeking employment skills. The program included composer Joan Szymko’s “Ffe Mwe, Mwe Ffe,” (“They are Us and We are Them”), an anthem of welcome and unity.

Concert History

You Belong to Infinity

May 2022
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Sing to Me of Home

March 2022
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Advice to a Young Girl

November 2019
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When Music Sounds

May 2019
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Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor

November 2018
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Violins of Hope

May 2018
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Lifting the Veil

November 2017
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Operation Sing!

May 2017
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Life Passages

November 2016
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Songs on an Eastern Wind

May 2016
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Out of Darkness

November 2015
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The World in Harmony

November 2016
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Songs of Mary

January 2015
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Music from Venetian Ospedali

January 2015
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The Poet Sings

May 2014
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All Creation Sings

January 2014
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Sounds of the German Romantic

May 2013
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Anne Frank, A Living Voice

January 2013
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