Our Music

In addition to the excellence of our performances, Voce is renowned for the diversity and range of its repertoire. Since our founding, Voce has been especially committed to the performance of music by living composers, and we are proud to have presented a number of world premieres of works that we have commissioned. While contemporary choral music remains the core of our repertoire, the versatility of our singers allows us to explore a broad range of music for chamber choir, and our thematic programming strives to find points of connection between repertoire from across the world and across the centuries. 

The list below offers a selective inventory of our repertoire from 2014 to the present:

  • Samuel Barber: Reincarnations
  • Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms
  • Hildegard von Bingen: Selected chants
  • Johannes Brahms: Alto Rhapsody
  • Benjamin Britten: Five Flower Songs
  • Stephen Caracciolo: “in the rain” (Voce commission; world premiere)
  • Andrea Cassarubios: Caminante (US premiere)
  • Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Messe de Minuit pour Noël
  • Maurice Duruflé: Requiem
  • Henryk Górecki: Totus tuus
  • Paul Hindemith: Six Chansons
  • Herbert Howells: Requiem
  • Morten Lauridsen: Mid-winter Songs
  • Rodney Lister: “Pasture Poem,” “On the Road Home,” “Green,” and “Nativitie” 
  • Donald McCullough: When Christ was Born
  • Arvo Pärt: Magnificat
  • Heinrich Schütz: Musikalische Exequien
  • Joby Talbot: Santiago (from Path of Miracles)
  • Karen Tarlow: Five Shaker Lyrics
  • Virgil Thomson: Scenes from the Holy Infancy
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Three Shakespeare Songs
  • Andrew Jonathan Welch: Visions of Hildegard (Virginia premiere)