Since 2008. they’ve started writing down a couple of their own arrangements, and in 2009. they’ve really gotten into it and even implemented beatbox in their performance. By now, Viva Vox choir had numerous performances in various rock festivals, cultural manifestations, opening and closing ceremonies, theatre, radio and tv shows. Choir regularly holds annual before-newyear’s concerts, and in 2010.
the event was for the first time structured like an allnight a cappella pop/rock concert. And for the first time, the Airforce Command hall in Zemun (capacity ~350 seats), where the concert was traditionally held, was too small for all of the interested. In may, just a few months later, a concert in larger concert hall of Dom omladine (Youth home) Belgrade was sold out many days earlier. It is from this concert that video of Viva Vox’s a cappella rendition of Du Hast, a song by a german industrial-metal band Rammstein, went viral on the web and brought global popularity to the choir in just a few days. After stormy reactions from all around the world, Serbian public too paid more attention to Viva Vox, which was then consequently invited on numerous music festivals and tv shows in country and abroad.
The crown of this choir’s career was holding a large concert in december 2011. in front of full Sava Center in Belgrade (capacity ~3 600 seats), which was sold out weeks earlier. In the future, choir Viva Vox will continue to work on a cappella pop/rock/metal music, but it’s members don’t plan to give up on their classical choir repertoaire either. Their greatest wish is that they continue representing Serbia in it’s true light, under conducting stick of Jasmina Lorin, and to help promote choir music in Serbia. Read more on Last.fm.
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