• Vox Luminis


The ensemble Vox Luminis, led by Lionel Meunier, specialises in English, Italian and German repertoire from the 17th and early 18th century and is internationally acclaimed for its unique sound. A core of vocal soloists is supplemented, depending on the repertoire, with an extensive continuo, solo instruments or a complete orchestra. Vox Luminis is artist in residence at Concertgebouw Brugge.


Internationally renowned as the founder and artistic director of the award-winning Belgian vocal ensemble Vox Luminis, French conductor and bass Lionel Meunier is widely regarded as one of the most dynamic and highly acclaimed artistic leaders in the fields of historical performance and choral music active today. Praised for his detailed yet spirited interpretative approach, he is now increasingly in demand as a guest conductor and artistic director with choirs, ensembles, and orchestras worldwide.


For the realisation of specific projects, Vox Luminis works with various specialised ensembles including L’Achéron, B’Rock Orchestra & a nocte temporis. Vox Luminis is a privileged artist of Outhere Music and records exclusively for Ricercar and Alpha Classics. Recently Vox Luminis launched a structural collaboration with the renowned Freiburger Barockorchester.


Since the season 2017-2018, Vox Luminis has been ‘artist in residence’ of Concertgebouw Brugge and has created or presented three projects annually. In addition to this five-year residence in Bruges, the ensemble has a number of residences each year at international festivals and concert halls including the Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, the Festival of Saintes, BOZAR Music and the Wigmore Hall.

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