(Photo courtesy: NPR. Isaac Cates and Ordained is one of two US a cappella groups performing at Vox Virtual.)
In a year when artists all over the globe are forced to cancel or reschedule their shows, artists are getting creative and finding new ways of getting their music to fans, and also finding new fans along the way. Just this week, Vox Virtual started a 'virtual' music festival combining musicians from around the globe. We believe that music tells the story of people and their culture, and what a wonderful innovative way to connect during these unprecedented times.
The ensembles include ANÚNA from Ireland, Insingizi from Zimbabwe, Ensemble Rustavi from Georgia, and Cantus from the U.S.
We love it when cultures come together! The future just got a whole lot brighter.
The festival kicked off on 22 August, and goes through the rest of this week. Check out the weeklong festival here!