Come be delighted by the melodious voices of the Vita Voci a cappella vocal ensemble on Sunday, October 13, 2pm at the Civic Center Library.The Vita Voci ensemble sings a variety of music without instrumental accompaniment. Their repertoire spans Motets, Madrigals and Ayres of the high Renaissance, as well as early Baroque to 20th century a capella works and novelties. There is no charge for this event.
Vita Voci literally means life voices, and this ensemble makes music the old fashioned way—breath and folds, lips and teeth and tongue and all. Singing together since 2012, the members of Vita Voci are: Lucy Hair and Carola Moulton, soprano; Susan Anderson and Sally Mote-Yaffe, alto; Gerry LaTorraca and Barry Leece, tenor; Kurt Haller and David Yaffe, bass. It is their pleasure to share such sweet sorrows, sighs, and smiles that only vocal music brings.
The Friends of the Livermore Library have generously underwritten this program as part of the Friends Authors and Arts Series.