Vox Luminis

J.S. Bach Motets

Sat, Oct 20 @ 8 pm

CONCERT HALL

Vox Luminis

J.S. Bach Motets

Sat, Oct 20 @ 8 pm

CONCERT HALL


PHOTO BY DAVID SAMYN

"Their artistry stunned the audience into silence."

Seen and Heard International

Belgium-based Vox Luminis is one of the foremost vocal ensembles specializing in music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, singing “300-year-old music with the freshness and ardor of true believers.” (The Independent, U.K.) Founded in 2004 by artistic director and French bass Lionel Meunier, the ensemble performs without a conductor in Belgium and beyond—and has developed a worldwide reputation for its “evocative, haunting singing and startling technical ability.” (The Latest, U.K.) The group’s recordings have garnered such prestigious prizes as the Gramophone Recording of the Year and International Classical Music Award. This exceptional evening will feature J.S. Bach’s motets. These exquisite and powerful works hold a beloved place in the Baroque repertory and are an important part of Bach’s artistic legacy. Get your tickets early for this “heart-meltingly beautiful performance.” (Boston Musical Intelligencer)  www.voxluminis.com


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