Celebrating their tenth anniversary, The Sly Voxes is Boston’s premier male a cappella ensemble. Noted for their eclectic repertoire, the Voxes annually perform music spanning the centuries and include Renaissance motets, foreign folksongs, spirituals, and contemporary pop classics in their concerts. Founded by current director Kerry Brennan in 2007, the Voxes enjoy a reputation for realizing the highest level of choral singing – in range of material, interpretation and faithfulness to stylistic conventions. The sixteen members of The Sly Voxes have sung in a cappella groups and choruses at Amherst, Harvard, Dartmouth, Oberlin, Connecticut College, WPI, and Bowdoin; these men “in real life” are businessmen, doctors, lawyers, teachers, headmasters, construction engineers, ministers, church musicians, retired CEO’s, and venture capitalists.
Kerry P. Brennan, Founder and Director, is the Headmaster of The Roxbury Latin School, at which he teaches English, history, and music. He has had a distinguished career in education and music. A magna cum laude graduate of Amherst College, he was a Klingenstein Fellow at Columbia’s Teachers College at which he earned his master’s. Over the years, Brennan has taught and occupied leadership positions at Amherst College, Harvard, Roxbury Latin, University School and Collegiate School (NYC). He is also the Associate Conductor of Mastersingers USA, a 100-voice men’s chorus with singers from across the United States and abroad. Brennan has served on various school and arts boards, and is currently the President of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition, an organization of nearly 300 boys’ schools, serving 250,000 students, from around the world.