Vox Insana Chamber Choir
The Vox Insana Chamber Choir started its journey in 2009, when a group of friends decided to create something new and unique. Under the direction of lead choirmaster Csaba Tőri, a recipient of the Rezső Lantos prize for young Hungarian choirmasters, the choir has become a regular performer of the choral scene in Hungary. Co-conductor Dóra Orosz, another Lantos-award recipient, joined the choir in 2016. The choir’s repertoire includes pieces from a multitude of musical eras – they are eager to perform anything from Baroque to Romanticism, from medieval to the most recent contemporary pieces. To see the full repertoire click here.
Over the last years Vox Insana participated in a number of choral competitions and festivals. Their awards and achievements include:
– Golden diploma and special award – III. The Bridge of Music Festival and International Choir Competition, 2014
– Golden diploma – IV. Keszthely Song Festival, 2015
– Golden diploma – IV. Vándor-Révész Festival and International Choir Competition, Budapest, 2016
– Gala choir category award and top score – VI. Keszthely Song Festival, 2017
– Vox Mirabilis Prize – VII. Chamber Choir Competition Székesfehérvár, 2017
– III. prize in Chamber Choir category – IX. Cracovia Cantans International Choir Festival, Krakow, 2018
Part of the choir’s mission is to help audiences get better acquainted with choral pieces and styles, to turn them into “active listeners”. Concerts given by Vox Insana often include short lectures, communal singing, and other experimental forms of musical interaction.