Announcement from Voix de Vivre

In common with other choirs the length and breadth of the UK 
we have been silenced by the Coronavirus pandemic and
we will not therefore be performing until further notice.

We still hope to put on a concert for Advent on 5 December 2020 and we will post details here as soon as we can.

Visit our News and Views page to read contributions from our singers which we hope you will find interesting.

Keep in touch with Voix de Vivre by checking this site for details of future events.


 

Voix de Vivre was formed in 2003 by its musical director, Neil MacKenzie. This chamber choir has been praised for performances of a broad range of musical styles and periods. Voix de Vivre is honoured to have international opera star Jeremy White as its Honorary President.

Voix de Vivre is a project based group that performs at least three concerts a year, usually in Hertfordshire. The team is selected for each project from a list of singers rather than by a membership process. 

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 "...Voix de Vivre sang with visibly enormous heartfelt joy...One could only listen with awe."     Varga G├ęza, hiros.hu July 2019

"Made up of some of the best singers in the area, Voix de Vivre is a delight to listen to."  John Manning, Herts Advertiser July 2019

"There are occasional moments in concerts which are sublime and even less often two or three such moments occur in the same event. Voix de Vivre's concert of German Choral Greats at St Peter's Church in St Albans was one of those rare events."      John Manning, Herts Advertiser April 2019

"With Amadeus and under Neil MacKenzie's direction, it was a truly fine performance from an exceptional group of musicians."    John Manning, Herts Advertiser December 2018

"Voix de Vivre may be amateur by status, but their standards of performance were remarkably high."    Lewis Forman

"Voix de Vivre have shown a new direction for choral singing in this new century."     Jeremy White