About Audivi

Audivi is a professional vocal ensemble based in Detroit, Michigan. Founded in 2013, Audivi sings music of all eras, with a special emphasis on new and early music, and has premiered works by many composers. Its members have sung and recorded with a panoply of Grammy-winning vocal ensembles, and Audivi has performed around the country.

Audivi has given the Detroit metro area premieres of Monteverdi's 1610 Vespers and a historically-informed version of Bach's Mass in B minor. Audivi has performed at regional ACDA and AGO conventions, and serves as a primary professional chorus for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, including performances of Puccini's Turandot and Vivaldi's Gloria.

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Noah Horn, artistic director

Noah Horn serves as Artistic Director of Audivi. For several years, he directed the choral program at Wayne State University in Detroit, where he conducted several choirs, supervised the master's program in choral conducting, and taught music theory and ear training. He currently teaches on the music faculty at Amherst College and Hampshire College, serves as music director of St. Thomas's Episcopal Church, New Haven, and frequently conducts Yale Schola Cantorum.

Dr. Horn has served as interim Director of Choral Activities at Western Michigan University, faculty conductor of the Wesleyan University Orchestra, artistic director of Oakland Choral Society, music director at Grosse Pointe Woods Presbyterian Church, and director of the professional choirs at Christ Church, New Haven.  As a professional tenor, he has sung with Conspirare, Spire, Yale Choral Artists, sounding light, and Arkora. As an organist he has given recitals across the US and in Europe. He hails from Davenport, Iowa, and resides in Massachusetts with his wife Arianne and 2-year-old daughter Hazel. He holds the D.M.A. degree in choral conducting from Yale University, and a B.Mus. from Oberlin College.

https://www.noahhornmusic.com


Roster of singers

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sopranos

Altos

tenors

Basses