Vox Choirs is a non-profit music organization made up of two sibling choirs that share the same core principles: musical excellence, social responsibility, and relationship building.
For mixed voices
Univox is a mixed-voice community choir for young adults. It serves the Bloordale community and the City of Toronto by offering spirited performances of choral music, both old and new. Performed works are primarily a cappella and span a wide range of the choral spectrum; Renaissance madrigals and motets, choral classics, modern composition, spirituals, and international folk songs.
The singers come from a diverse range of musical backgrounds; most have sung in choirs at different times in their lives. Univox aims to fill the niche for young adults who wish to continue to have a rewarding choral experience with others in their age group.
Malcolm Cody MacFarlane
For treble voices
Florivox is a non-auditioned choir for treble voices that was launched in September 2014 under the auspices of the Vox Choir organization. Just like its sister choir, a love of singing and strong sense of community are guiding principles of Florivox.
The name, which is Latin for flourishing voices, is emblematic of the core belief in the power of choral music to transform oneself and others. Members meet once a week to explore a wide variety of styles and to develop choral/singing skills, all within a friendly and supportive environment.