1) Voxare has a tremendous history of artistic excellence.

Voxare has performed at major venues in the US and abroad, including as soloists with the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall. The quartet has been lauded in The New York Times, Washington Post, Strad Magazine, Strings Magazine, Chicago Sun Times, etc. Voxare albums have been / will be released on Naxos (WQXR Album of the Week), Albany, Toccata. The quartet is comprised of 4 Juilliard graduates. Listen to Voxare Radio.

2) Voxare has a proven track record of thrilling and unique programming.

Voxare was awarded Chamber Music America's ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming. The quartet viscerally performs music from all genres, including from the traditional canon, classical contemporary, and even its own arrangements of rock and pop songs. Voxare's high-energy performance style draws full houses and receives enthusiastic audience feedback. Voxare has been featured on numerous TV programs including National Geographic's Brain Games, Good Morning America, etc. See 2017-18 programs. 

3) Voxare engages communities (whether towns or schools or populations) in meaningful ways. 

Voxare's diverse and uniquely qualified members are enthusiastic about engaging communities. One quartet member has a doctorate in musicology, one in education from Columbia University, two members are former New York Philharmonic Teaching Artists, one is from China, and one from Russia. What does this mean? Voxare draws on unique educational, musicological, and ethnological backgrounds to connect with communities.