Cameron University's CU@SC (CU at the Simmons Center, Duncan) concert series for the 2009-2010 season opens with "Voices of Autumn," featuring the CU Centennial Singers, on Friday, October 23. The concert takes place at 8 p.m. in the Simmons Center Theatre in Duncan. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for students, seniors and military. CU students, faculty and staff are admitted free with a valid Cameron ID. For advance tickets, call the Simmons Center at 580-252-2900.
"Cameron's vocal music faculty are excited to provide our students with the opportunity to perform at a first-class venue such as the Simmons Center," says Dr. Jim Lambert, Chair, CU Department of Music. "The Centennial Singers will provide an outstanding evening of music for residents of the Duncan area."
The Cameron University Centennial Singers, conducted by Doris Lambert and accompanied by pianist Kristina Henckel, will perform Haydn's "Dona Nobis Pacem," Mark Hayes' arrangement of "Simple Gifts," Gilpin's "Never Gonna Walk this Journey Alone", Irving Berlin's "What'll I Do?", Lennon and McCartney's "Michelle" and Sammy Cahn's "Come Fly with Me."
Members of the Centennial Singers will also perform excerpts from Edwin Penhorwood's opera "Too Many Sopranos." Dr. Earl Logan is the director of the opera program at Cameron. Pianist Yiuka Chan Spannagel will provide accompaniment.
For more information about this concert and other CU@SC events, contact the CU School of Liberal Arts at 580-581-5506.
October 14, 2009