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Vox Femina LA Concludes 2010-2011 Season With WOMEN GONE WILD


Vox Femina Los Angeles
Let's be outrageous,
It may be contagious
--let's all misbehave!!!

WHAT/WHO: Vox Femina Los Angeles concludes their 2010-2011 season with WOMEN GONE WILD. They say that well-behaved women rarely make history. Be there when the women of Vox Femina let down their hair, tease, please and misbehave...just a little, and perhaps make history! With lyrics by Eleanor Roosevelt, Gertrude Stein, Dorothy Parker and more, Vox sings music that reflects the stories of those who came before us and were considered shocking for their time ... or even for today. Hear the tale of "Eve's Confession," "Marie taking her girlfriend to the prom" and how "It takes a village to raise a child," among other great compositions that highlight the vision, rebellion, adventure, liberation and triumph of great women who ... went wild.

WHEN: Saturday, June 18, 2010 at 8PM

WHERE: Zipper Concert Hall, Colburn School of Music
200 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

TICKETS: $25 in advance ($30 at the door) by calling
310-922-0025 or at
or via E.mail at

Composers represented in concert include: Paul Carey, Frank Ferko, Joan Szykmo, Carol Barnett, J. David Moore, Gwyneth Walker, Susan Borwick, Paul Caldwell and local artist Jenni Brandon.

Vox Femina Los Angeles is a women's choral ensemble dedicated to the performance of quality choral literature with an emphasis on music by women composers. Choral singing is one of the oldest performance arts in existence, but Vox is excited to perform new works and accept new challenges for themselves and for the audience. Dr. Iris S. Levine founded Vox in 1997. In the past 13 years, Vox has established itself as one of the preeminent women's choruses in the United States, with a demonstrated ability to perform highly eclectic repertoire, which can be heard on the ensemble's recordings. Vox Femina Los Angeles has actively fulfilled its goals through an exciting schedule of performances, touring and educational outreach. The organization is funded through grants and private donations.

The 2010/2011 season is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County
Board of Supervisors through the LA County Arts Commission.


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