Vox Antiqua is a chamber choir based in the greater Milwaukee area dedicated to the performance of early music (music composed before 1800).


Alexa Doebele, the founding Artistic Director of Vox Antiqua, is associate professor of music and director of choral activities at Concordia University Wisconsin, where she conducts Kammerchor, Selah, and the Chapel Choir, in addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in music education, conducting, and choral literature.  She joined the CUW faculty in 2009, having taught previously at the University of Wyoming, the University of Colorado, and Front Range Community College.  She is a ten-year veteran of K-12 music education, most recently at Iver C. Ranum High School in Denver, Colorado.  She is a frequent clinician, adjudicator, and guest conductor, and is active as an editor of choral music. Prior to her arrival in Wisconsin, Dr. Doebele served as the Director of Music at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.  She is also active as both a solo and choral singer, having appeared with the Milwaukee Choral Artists, the Colorado Conductors’ Chorus, the Ars Nova Singers, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, the Boulder Chorale, the Littleton Chorale, and the Colorado Symphony Chorus.  She completed a bachelor’s degree (double major in vocal performance and German language and literature) at Washington University in St. Louis and her Master of Music Education and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees at the University of Colorado.