Eurovox, the European congress for voice teachers and voice professionals, is usually organised and hosted every 2-3 years by one of the 23 national member associations of the European Voice Teachers Association (EVTA) in cooperation with its executive committee (EVTA board).
The programme includes lectures, workshops, and paper presentations by renowned voice teachers and other professionals who work with voices.
At the congress all aspects of working with voice, including artistic, pedagogic, medical and social, are investigated and discussed. Working together with others as a singer – singing with other singers in choirs or ensembles, working with conductors, composers, other musicians, pianists, a band, sound engineers, or with a director in musical theatre or opera has been explored.
EVTA also organises a Young Professionals Programme (YPP) which is designed to enable young artists to participate in voice conferences, including Eurovox and ICVT. Around 10 singers usually take part in the program.
You can learn more about the previous congresses here.
Last Eurovox in 2018: a big success!
The congress took place at the Royal Conservatoire from August 30 till September 1, 2018 in the beautiful city of The Hague and was hosted by the NVZ, the Dutch Voice Teachers Association.
Eurovox 2018 had over 400 attendees and speakers from 25 countries as far as the USA, South Africa and Australia, 54 lectures, masterclasses and workshops all around the central theme of Vocal Fusion, 32 volunteers, 11 talented Young Professionals that took part in the masterclasses and the closing concert, 187 persons who joined the barbecue at the beach and saw the sun set in the sea, 272 users of the congress app, 632 messages sent via the app, 291 business cards exchanged via the app. Eurovox 2018 was sold out and a great success!
We thank all speakers, YPP participants, volunteers, host families and our sponsors for making Eurovox 2018 a successful event. We hope to see everyone again soon!
A beautifully planned Eurovox 2020 by AOTOS was scheduled to take place in Edinburgh (UK) but sadly had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.