Rosetown’s Kath Frazer is just one of over 200 people who ‘sing for the joy of it.’ The Joy of Vox is an adult-pop vocal ensemble based out of Saskatoon. The group was founded in 2012 by BJ Harris and originally had 40 singers. Ranging in age from 19-85, the choir is now over 200 singers large.

Frazer joined the choir in the fall of 2017 as a soprano and said driving to Saskatoon for weekly practices doesn’t seem so bad when you get to do what you love.

“It’s just amazing; there are so many facets as to why, the amount of people singing together and the fact that we just all love to sing. When you get the talent and the love, it just comes through.”

Frazer and The Joy of Vox practice Every Thursday from September up until their Christmas concert in December which regularly sells out all of it’s three shows. She said what sets The Joy of Vox apart from some other choirs is that the focus is less on perfection and more on the joy.

"They just sing for the joy of it and what could be better than that?"