The Cameron Concert Choir and the Cameron Centennial Choir will join forces to present a combined concert on Tuesday, November 18 in the University Theatre at 8 p.m. Dr. Earl Logan serves as conductor for the Cameron Concert Choir, and Doris Lambert is the conductor of the Cameron Centennial Choir. Yui Ka Chan Spannagel will accompany both choirs on the piano. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students and senior adults. For more information, contact the CU Department of Music at 580-581-2440.
Members of the Cameron Concert Choir are Amber Austin and Selina Donahue, Cache; Jasmine Glass, St. Louis, MO; Sarah Goedicke, Altus; Jarod Grice, Frederick; Shapauni Hunter, Comanche; Caitlin Johnson, Fort Cobb; Jacob Aguilar, Matt Armstrong, Melissa Delgado, Sonja Detweiler, Casey Foster Sabrina Harrell, Erin Hoff, Shawna Horn, Jeff Humphries, Jimmy Jones, Jordan Kurzyniec, Jonathan Phelps, Eli Ramirez, Anjelika Ramsdell, Derrick Shelton, Randy Wade, Wayne White and Clint Williams, Lawton/Fort Sill.
Delgado, Foster, Hoff, Humphries, Jones, Phelps, Ramsdell and Shelton are also members of the Centennial Choir and will be joined by Judith Egbas, Ebutte Metta, Lagos State, Nigeria; Tiffany Smith Melinda Taylor, and Ashley Williams, Lawton/Fort Sill and Clinton Jones, Walters.
The choirs will perform a wide variety of choral music. The Cameron Concert Choir will present "Va, pensiero" from Verdi's Nabucco; "Lacrimosa" from Mozart's Requiem; "Stars I Shall Find" by V. Johnson; "Take the World, But Give Me Jesus" by Younger; and the ever-popular "Carol of the Bells" by Leontovych. The Centennial Choir will perform "With a Voice of Singing" by Kenneth Jennings; "Adoramus Te" by Viadana; "I'll Be Home for Christmas" arranged by Mac Huff; "Some Children See Him" by Alfred Burt arranged by Joseph Martin; and "And the Angels Sang" by Linda Spevacek. The two choirs will combine for Aniero's "Antiphonal Joy," conducted by Doris Lambert.
November 12, 2008