Why we do what we do

The choir today exists to preserve our vocal heritage and art of singing, and to add new elements to it. Singing this music keeps it alive. If it continues to live, it can touch and inspire the coming generations.

We do this amongst others trough:

vocal fabric

Letting songs live. Letting people feel. Letting voices grow.

Vocal Fabric is the open laboratory of the Vlaams Radiokoor, in which we explore and transcend the boundaries of a capella music. During these concerts, vocal artists and the audience are united by an emotional bond: temporary and fleeting, but leaving a permanent mark– like a tattoo on the soul.

Discover all our vocal fabric projects here.

ars perfecta

Letting songs live. Letting people feel. Letting voices grow.

Vocal Fabric is the open laboratory of the Vlaams Radiokoor, in which we explore and transcend the boundaries of a capella music. During these concerts, vocal artists and the audience are united by an emotional bond: temporary and fleeting, but leaving a permanent mark– like a tattoo on the soul.

Discover all our ars perfecta projects here.

ensembles

Major symphonic or smaller formations – with these musical colleagues, we expand our reach, both literally and figuratively, since many of these ensembles are European.

Discover all our projects with other ensembles.

Radiokoor atelier

We are first and foremost a living portal for repertoire, knowledge, experience and voices: making our vocal heritage accessible to singers and audiences alike, and investing in the creation of new vocal work.