The Vox Feminae Women´s choir was founded in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1993 by its conductor Margrét J. Pálmadóttir. The members of Vox Feminae are close to 50 and their age ranges from 18 to 60.


The choir has performed innumerable times, both at home and abroad.  Many renowned artists have worked or performed with Vox Feminae and the choir has also had the privilege of performing with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra.  In the year 2000 the choir was awarded a silver medal in the VIIIth International Sacred Music Choir Competition held at the Vatican in the name of the composer Palestrina. You find more information about Vox Feminae’s history here.


Sacred music, along with Icelandic folk music has long been a part of the choir´s repertoire but Vox Feminae also places emphases on modern music by Icelandic composers. Vox Feminae has released three CD's which you can order here.

  Vox feminae women’s choir sings a concert in Fella and Hólakirkja thursday November 6th. Every year Vox feminae sings a...

To celebrate its 20th anniversary Vox feminae is visiting Paris November 21st-25th. During this first visit to Paris, Vox feminae will emphases...

This winter Vox feminae is on stage in The house of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca, produced by Borgarleikhúsið (Reykjavík...