What is Voxfire?

Voxfire is the collaboration of three of the West Coast’s most highly regarded interpreters of early and contemporary vocal music.Using their distinct vocal colors, the three sopranos have melded their talents as a means of adapting and presenting the works of these eras with their very own musical style and dramatic flair.  Voxfire’s sopranos are well known for their contributions to vocal music, both as soloists and as members of prominent professional ensembles. From this varied background, they have chosen the intimate approach of one-on-a-part to create an enchanting marriage between choral and solo singing: a vocal chamber music that refreshes the ear with a pure, sonic clarity. From their highly acclaimed concerts for the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival and the J. Paul Getty Museum, to their virtuosic performances of Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols and Steve Reich’s Tehillim, Voxfire continues to introduce exquisitely faceted musical gems to enthusiastic audiences throughout the West. And with their CDs Songs to the Virgin and Echoes, Voxfire is now delighting listeners throughout the world.