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Bella Voce Singers (formerly pocket option the Brooklyn Conservatory Women's Vocal Ensemble) is a women's choir, open to all women ages 16 and up. BVS originally began in 2000 as an all-female teen group, when Founding Director Jessica Corbin was teaching at FH La Guardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts in Manhattan.
When she left La Guardia to teach at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music in 2001, the group followed her there, where they continued to grow and make music, eventually being named one of the top high-school age choirs in New York City and performing with the Orchestra of St. Luke's at Carnegie Hall.

As the Bella Voce members began to graduate and move on to college, many decided that they still wanted to pocket option legit sing together, so the group expanded to include all women ages 16 and up. After briefly changing the name to the Women's Vocal Ensemble, the group is now once again the Bella Voce Singers.

The Ensemble's repertoire includes both sacred and secular works ranging

from Renaissance to Contemporary, with special focus on recent compositions. Past performances have included such composers as Henry Purcell, Leo Delibes, Franz Schubert, Eric Whitacre, Nick Page, Jackson Berkey, Maurice Durufle and Aaron Copland.

The mission of the group is to bring a high standard of performance to the often neglected works of the female choral repertoire. The group meets pocket option promo on Mondays, from 7-9pm at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.

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