Meet our Brilliant Bass: Wiehan Havenga #Vox_Tribe
Q: What is your day job? A: Neurotechnologist.
Q: How many years have you been singing in a choir? A: Since primary school! Its an integral part of my life.
Q: What has been your most memorable experience with Vox to date? A: Our "Somerkersfees" video shoot was an extremely intimate experience which I will treasure for years to come!
Q: What do you enjoy the most about being part of Vox? A: The awe-inspiring individuals I get to share the stage with.
Q: Which piece is your favourite that you have performed with Vox Chamber Choir? A: "Kruis Van Liefde" - Franco Prinsloo has, and still continues to have a huge impact on my love of choral singing. The full Oratorio will be recorded and performed this year. #watch_this_space
Q: What do you look forward to the most with Vox Chamber Choir?
A: 2022 - Vox European Tour. I cannot wait!
Q: If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
A: Telekinesis (we all grew up wanting to be a Jedi at some point😜).
Q: What are you reading/binge watching at the moment:
1. Reading - "Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius; 2. Watching - Letterkenny.
Q: Name another hobby/interest you participate in? A: I'm a huge nerd, so gaming is a daily do: Currently playing "Apex Legends" and "Death
Stranding" by Hideo Kojima.
Q: Name a section in a piece we perform that gives you goosebumps every time: A: In "Kruis Van Liefde" - Franco Prinsloo, in the section: "By die Kruis van Jesus, het Sy moeder
en Sy moeder se suster, Maria, vrou van Klopas, en ook Maria Magdalena gestaan" - the organ plays a low pedal point while the men chants a hauntingly beautiful melody with tight harmonies.
One can barely sing through all the goosebumps.
Q: List 3 things on your bucket list? 1. Visit Japan!🇯🇵 2. Start a band!🥁 3. Build a race car!🏎️
📸 Photo Credit: JP Hanekom (www.jphanekom.com)