This Talented Musical Duo Perfectly Blends Years-Worth of Musical History
Founded and based in Houston, Deux Voix represents one of the most cherished and historical combinations of musical sounds and has transformed it to appeal to a wide range of audiences. Formed in 2014, Deux Voix (French for "two voices") has amassed a rapidly growing reputation and both national and international acclaim. See what the buzz is about when you attend their concert this Sunday, January 20th!
In addition to the numerous performances in their home in southeast Texas, Deux Voix have presented concerts nationwide in over 17 states. A short list of their many performance locations includes St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC, The Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Maine, the Mayo Clinic Medical Center in Rochester, Minnesota, Washington Music Festival in Port Angeles, Washington, West Point Military Academy, and Myers Park United Methodist in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Deux Voix also presented a wildly successful headlining program for the L’Organo Series at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina in May of 2015, where they performed the formal dedication concert for the new organ at The Citadel and set a new record for the largest crowd for in the over thirty-year history of the series. In August of 2018, Deux Voix toured Denmark, Sweden, and Norway as a part of their Scandinavian Tour, and was a featured artist for the International Organ Festival in Bergen, Norway.
In their mission to expand the world of trumpet and organ, Stephen and Justin are constantly adapting works from other genres and instrumentations, such as jazz, Broadway, opera, and current popular music. They also have premiered many new works written for trumpet and organ, including commissioned works by composers such as Mark Hayes and Craig Courtney.
Be there when Deux Voix performs live at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church! Admission is free. All ages are welcome to attend.
At Parks at Nexton Apartments in Summerville, South Carolina, we believe it’s important to integrate yourself into the community, which is why we suggest attending this event. Meeting new people, having unfamiliar experiences, and joining neighborhood activities is the key to an exceptional lifestyle.
Sunday, January 20, 2019—4:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
16 Thomas Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29403