VoxAmaDeus

VoxAmaDeus

Valentin Radu, Artistic Director and Conductor

We're excited to announce that on Sunday, September 13, we open Concert Season 34 with September Soirée, an intimate Maestro & Guests concert featuring delightful solo works for piano, violin and oboe, in the spacious and acoustically superb St. Katharine of Siena Church in Wayne. We can’t wait to see you.

COVID-19 Statement

Live music performances can provide healing and uplifting experiences, which are especially important in challenging times. We have planned an exciting, full Concert Season 34, complete with creative solutions and safety-conscious adjustments. We are taking every precaution to ensure that our performances provide a relaxing and worry-free experience in an environment that is safe for all of us. We will implement safety protocols for all performances in accordance with the recommended CDC and local/state guidelines at the time. For the fall season, through the end of the year, these will likely include limited occupancy, social distancing, mask requirements, provision of hand sanitizer, and enhanced cleaning of performance spaces, as well as shortened concert durations. Hopefully, conditions will change for the better in spring 2021. As the situation is constantly evolving, be sure to check back for updates on protocols.

Download our Season 34 Brochure

Season 34 Brochure cover

Upcoming Concerts:

Season Tickets

2020-2021 Season
Vox has been performing for 34 years. Take advantage of a season ticket package to save and treat yourself to beautiful music throughout the year.

Vivaldissimo

8 November - Camerata Ama Deus
The November 7 performance of this concert has been cancelled. Please join us on November 8!
Our traditional all-Vivaldi program features exciting selections by the Venetian master.

Handel Messiah Highlights

4, 6, and 20 December 2020 - Ama Deus Ensemble
A Philadelphia tradition! On original Baroque instruments, Handel’s Messiah celebrates the story of the season.

Maestro Valentin Radu

Valentin Radu has led numerous orchestras and vocal ensembles in Europe and the U.S. He is the founder and conductor of Vox Renaissance Consort, the Ama Deus Ensemble, and Camerata Ama Deus. Maestro Radu holds doctoral and master’s degrees from the Juilliard School and a Bachelor of Music degree from the Bucharest Academy of Music.

 

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