The team at Vox Vanguard is made up of many individuals, across many different disciplines from around the globe. Since its founding in 2015, Vox Vanguard’s collective has now grown to include more than 500 musicians, artists, actors, dancers, programmers, engineers and young professionals that provide Vox Vanguard with an incredible network of individuals and services to offer its clients. Leading and guiding Vox Vanguard are directors whose personal experiences, breadth of knowledge and related passions have become the success it is today.
Finance & Legal Director
Managing & Artistic Director
Matthew Tosca is an American conductor and founder of Vox Vanguard. Tosca holds a Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance and Master of Music degree in orchestral conducting from the Mannes College of Music in New York City. Tosca has worked as cover and guest conductor with The Royal Ballet, the London Classical Soloists, the London Mozart Players and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Tosca is the founder of Vox Vanguard and designs all experiences and manages and oversees the day-to-day running of the company.
Nathaniel Crowley is an English and Irish law qualified solicitor with a First Class Honours degree from the University of Bristol in law and a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course from the College of Law, Moorgate. Crowley has nearly seven years experience working
in the City of London at two major international law firms. Crowley is a founding member of Vox Vanguard and has guided its legal and financial practices since its inception.
Caitlin Alba is an American entertainment industry & television operations manager. Alba holds a Bachelor of Music Business in Sound Engineering and Artist Management from Full Sail University. Alba has worked in artist management and television operations for the last decade, with networks such as ABC, Super Bowl LI, and Netflix's The Keepers. Alba joined Vox Vanguard in 2017 and has since been a producing partner running productions and day-to-day operations.
Kenichi Ikuno Sekiguchi is a Mexican composer of Japanese heritage who was born and raised in Mexico City. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Composition at Mannes College of Music in New York City, studying with Rudolph Palmer and David Tcimpidis. He was later admitted into the Master in Music degree in Composition from the Royal College of Music, London studying with Kenneth Hesketh. Ikuno’s orchestral piece, “Retratos de la locura” (Portraits of Madness) was recently premiered by the Aguascalientes Symphony Orchestra under José Areán. Ikuno’s pieces have been performed in various cities in the United States and Mexico as well as in London, Hong Kong, Tainan, and Paris. Ikuno is the resident composer for many of Vox’s orchestral scores.
Resident Visual Artist
Currently based in New York City, Eugina Song was born in London, England, and raised in Seoul, South Korea until she moved to the United States in 2003. Song holds BFA in Painting and Electronic Imaging from Cornell University and MFA in Painting from Hunter College. She spends as much of her time in various teaching engagements when not working in her studio. Song is currently the Associate Director at International School of Art and Design and an Adjunct Professor at Hunter College in New York City. Song joined Vox Vanguard in 2017 as Resident Visual Artist and has since been producing visual elements for all productions.