the music of today's composers


in historic London


with choirs from all over the world

This is Vox Anima London - watch our video here

Welcome to Vox Anima London. What a thrill it has been for this American conductor to move to London and make music in this historic, musically-vibrant city. I invite you and your singers to join me in London for one of our upcoming performances. Let’s explore the possibilities.

~ James Meaders, D.M.A., Founder and Artistic Director

2024 Concerts and Events

Sing Here Together with VOCES8

Cadogan Hall

The culmination of workshops and rehearsals led by VOCES8 will include the premiere of  ‘A Mosaic Mass’ for Vox Anima London and the VOCES8 Foundation - a unique collaboration of...

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A Festival of Church Music

St John's , Smith Square

Bringing the wondrous Church Music that is being enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people in services across the world into a concert setting - our musicians celebrate today's...

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American Cemetery Normandy

Commemorating D-Day: 80 years on

Abbey of Saint-Étienne, Caen, France

We remember the sacrifices given by so many 80 years ago. We commemorate their souls by singing the Requiems of Maurice Duruflé and John Rutter in the magnificent Abbey of Saint...

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Summertime in London

Cadogan Hall

Christopher Haygood brings Cantamus Camerata from Oklahoma State University to open this evening's concert.

We look forward to welcoming Argentinian composer, Martin Palmeri, to...

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Vox Anima London is founded on three central passions:

Choral Artistry, Music Education, and Cultural Exchange.

I have had the distinct honor and pleasure of working with Dr. James Meaders alongside my students at Lincoln Center in NYC and we were completely transformed. Dr. Meaders is the perfect blend of knowledge, motivation, inspiration, and a little bit of magic all wrapped up into one. I watched in awe as he transformed 150 singers (approximately 5 different choirs) who had never sung together before into a finely tuned machine (pun intended)! Dr. Meaders is truly one of a kind!

Edward P. Norris III, Director of Choral Music at Glen Cove High School and Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of New York

For more than two decades I have witnessed the phenomenal musicianship of James Meaders. He is consistently able to engage, motivate, train, and lead both his singers and his conducting students to extend their music-making to accomplish beauty and artistry. A gifted pedagogue and conductor, Dr. Meaders emphasizes a holistic approach to his music, such that musicians under his baton have access to remarkably transformative experiences.

Alicia Walker, D.M.A., University of South Carolina

Maestro Jamie Meaders is a conductor whose musical abilities display great artistic wisdom, consistent and remarkable musical depth and great discipline throughout his rehearsal process, as well as on the performance stages.
His generosity of spirit, his clear communication skills, and his firm and well thought out leadership produces great final results of well-balanced and nuanced interpretations of the classic masterpieces as well as the newest works of today’s composers.

Jorge Avila, Concertmaster, New York City

I have been privileged to sing and learn under the baton of Jamie Meaders in several concerts, both at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Through the rehearsal process, I am in awe of Jamie’s heightened expectations, reverence to the repertoire, and well-natured persona. This ultimately brings out the best in his singers and provides memorable experiences for singers and audiences alike.

Alistair Hamilton, Artistic Director of New York Chamber Choirs