Vox Bop - Mixed Contemporary Quartet from Brooklyn, NY

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2004 New York Regional Champions

Vox Bop


Mixed Contemporary Quartet from Brooklyn, NY

  • 2004 New York Champions


    Listen to: Commercial Medley | Listen to: God Bless This Child

    Vox Bop is a mixed a cappella quartet that performs a wide variety of musical styles, from the lyrical beauty of the Renaissance to the lush harmonies of the Jazz Era to eclectic arrangements of pop classics. Vox Bop won the best award for Best Original Song at the 2001 National Harmony Sweepstakes after winning many awards at the New York City Regionals in 2001. The group was interviewed and featured in a 12-minute piece on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" in December 1999. They also appeared as the house band on a Christmas taping of NBC-TV's "The Ainsley Harriott Show" and in a national television ad for Amazon.com. During the summer of 2000, Vox Bop was a featured performer at the Alandia Jazz Festival in Finland.

    Members: David Deschamps, Peter Fisher, Maura May, Melissa Munn


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