New York City And The Hudson Valley’s Finest Musical Artists
Hailed for its "perfect blend and beautiful, transcendent sound," Angelica is a non-profit, Westchester-based women’s choral ensemble under the direction of Marie Caruso. Founded in 1996, the group sings a wide range of sacred and secular music from the 1st to the 21st centuries including chant, Sephardic, Balkan, American folk, and jazz. “Vox Feminarum” (Voice of Women) is a program of sacred and secular works written by women composers dating from the 13th to the 21st century.
Angelica performs throughout the year in both Manhattan and Westchester, including annual appearances on the Downtown Music series at Grace Church in White Plains and the Croton Free Library's concert series. Angelica has sung at the 2006 International Festival of Women and Girls Choirs, the Verona Garda Estate Choral Festival 2014, the Sardinia Festival 2016, and ChoralFest USA. Angelica is a member of the New York Choral Consortium and a sustaining member of the Vocal Area Network.
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