Meet our Astonishing Alto: Lientjie Sothmann #Vox_Tribe
Q: What is your day job?
A: Teacher and Head of Culture at a high school in Centurion.
Q: How many years have you been singing in a choir?
A: 5 years.
Q: What has been your most memorable experience with Vox to date?
A: The "Vox Sorting Ceremony" of new members was a very special and unique way to introduce the Voxies in their respective voice groups and Vox-Tette (#die_wille_wolgang_minnesangers BO!), as well as the video shoot of "Somerkersfees". What an experience!
Q: What do you enjoy the most about being part of Vox?
A: Being part of a Vox family who has the same love and passion for music.
Q: Which piece is your favourite that you have performed with Vox Chamber Choir?
A: So far difficult to say. It is all so amazing! I cannot choose.
Q: What do you look forward to the most with Vox Chamber Choir?
A: Creating more music in 2021 and the performance/recording of "Kruis van Liefde" - composed by our conductor Franco Prinsloo.
Q: If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
A: Healing people of committing crime.
Q: What are you reading/binge-watching at the moment:
1. Reading - Several books from author Deon Meyer;
2. Watching - The Office.
Q: Name another hobby/interest you participate in?
A: Drawing, painting and writing.
Q: Name a part in a piece we perform that gives you goosebumps every time:
A: "On that Holy Night" - build-up with full chorus. Composed by our conductor, Franco Prinsloo.
Q: List 3 things on your bucket list:
1. Traveling to Italy;
2. A boat cruise around the world;
3. Writing a book.
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