VOX Cape Town Presents "VOX Pops"
On Friday 20 April 2018, VOX Cape Town will be hosting a performance with a difference. We have invited YOU, our listeners and supporters, to help us select the musical programme for the evening. Participate in the short poll below and tell us about your favourite pieces of choral music - either selections from our existing repertoire or your own, original suggestions.

The concert will take place in the atmospheric stone church of St Andrew's in Newlands. Tickets are R160 or R120 (seniors or students) and may be booked through office@standrewsnewlands.org.za.

Any queries? Contact us via social media @VOXCapeTown or at hello@voxcapetown.com. We hope that you will enjoy being directly involved with our latest musical project.

Which pieces of music would you like VOX to sing?
Let us know which music you would most like to hear on Friday 20 April. Select pieces from our existing repertoire (listed chronologically below) or your own suggestions (click "Other"). For each category, select up to two options (or none at all).
Madrigals (secular songs) from the 16th and 17th centuries:
Sacred polyphony from the 16th and 17th centuries:
Choral motets from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries:
20th century "choral minimalism":
Music from our "Trust the Silences" journey:
Music from South Africa:
Arrangements of popular songs or film music:
A few more short questions...
Do you have any specific musical requests?
Have you ever wanted VOX Cape Town to sing a particular choral work (that you did not mention above)? Now is your chance to ask! This is also an opportunity to comment if you feel that any music is under-represented in our repertoire, e.g. specific composers, geographical regions or periods in history.
Your answer
What is your preferred starting time for the performance?
Post-performance chat
As a way of further engaging with our musical family, we are considering having a brief, informal discussion shortly after the end of the performance. The discussion would centre around VOX's aims, projects and the choral music landscape in Cape Town; you would be welcome to ask questions or make suggestions. Does this idea appeal to you?
Do you have any final questions, comments or suggestions?
(If you would like us to respond to your comments or requests directly, please leave your name and email address here.)
Your answer
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