Voices of Singapore Choral Society
Sing with the VOS Choral Society
The Voices of Singapore Choral Society represents a body of diverse Singaporean choirs that reach out to the people of Singapore. Coming from all walks of life, the choirs range from community choirs to award-winning vocal ensembles, orchestral choruses, institutional choirs, expatriate choirs, research choirs, and children's choirs.
Join us in our mission to Build a Singing Singapore!
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With the mission of nurturing children living in Singapore from all walks of life as singers, individuals and performers, the Voices of Singapore Children's Choir is set up with the goal of delivering the best all-rounded music and singing education to young talents.
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August 2014 marked the birth of Voices of Singapore Ladies Choir (formerly VOCO Singapore Ladies Choir), the country's first independent all-female choir.
The ensemble consists of both professional and student singers, musicians, teachers, as well as passionate amateurs who are eager to discover new experiences through music-making and develop a deeper understanding of the nation's cultural heritage.
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The Voices of Singapore Community Chorus is a non-auditioned choir consisting of singers from all walks of life. The choir's repertoire consists of a wide range of songs including contemporary, pop, sacred, jazz, musicals and classical choral works. The Chorus holds several seasons throughout the year, lasting 10 weeks each.
Started in 2020, the VOS Singers is Voices of Singapore's professional chamber group which consists of music professionals in the pursuit of choral excellence in sacred, pop, jazz and folk genres.
The Coronation Singers is a group of friends living in Singapore who have come together from all over the world to make music and forge friendships. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Darius Lim, the group meets weekly for convivial singing sessions and great food!
The VOS Music-making Programme aims to create a community-based, music-making space for children with special needs. The programme is recommended for special children aged 8-14, but we welcome children of any age to join us.
In 2015, the National University of Singapore initiated a study investigating Choral Singing in the prevention of Dementia, with Darius Lim as the lead choral programmer for this research.
Weekly choral training proved to improve the emotional and mental health of the senior volunteers involved. This was an exciting result, signifying that regular choral singing may be able to reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
Formed in March 2020 amid the developing COVID-19 situation, the 900-strong Singapore Virtual Choir sang for hope, unity, strength and love in a project of togetherness. With members aged 5 to 60 from 26 different countries, anyone and everyone is welcome. Be a part of this community today!