About

Vox Luminis, founded in 2004 in Namur, Belgium, is an ensemble specializing in the performance of 16th through 18th century vocal music. The ensemble has been praised for its seamless blend of high-quality individual voices, exquisite tuning, and clarity of sound. After a performance on the acclaimed Miller Theater Early Music Series in February 2016, the New York Times called the group’s program “revelatory,” adding that the singers “blended beautifully.”

Posted: May-23-2016
Latest News

‘Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott’, Vox Luminis' recording of the music of the Reformation, is a Gramophone Editors Choice for October 2017.

Posted: Oct-10-2017
Latest Recording

After several recordings on Ricercar and a first disc on Alpha, Lionel Meunier and his ensemble Vox Luminis devote this new project to two showpieces by Handel and Bach. 

Of these two composers born in 1685, the first travelled to Italy in 1707 and made a powerful impression in Rome with the creation of his Dixit Dominus, while the second produced one of his finest compositional tours de force in the Magnificat of 1723/32-35. 

Two works from the core repertoire of the Belgian ensemble, here fielding combined vocal and instrumental forces, which is perfectly versed in the style and expression of Baroque rhetoric.

Posted: Nov-24-2017
Latest Acclaim

"The second was vocal. The ensemble of twelve singers, an organist and a violist, led by bass Lionel Meunier, is perfectly balanced.... But the particularity of Vox Luminis is the mastery of sound spatialization."

— Le Devoir
Posted: Nov-22-2017
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Posted: Nov-1-2017