The Cameron University Department of Music will present the Cameron University Concert Choir and the Cameron University Centennial Singers in concert on Tuesday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cameron University Theatre. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior adults. Cameron students, faculty and staff are admitted free with proper identification.
The Concert Choir, under the musical direction of Dr. Kathy Scherler, will perform “Alleluia” by John Taverner; “Fa Una Canzona” by Orazio Vecchi; “Ein Hennlein Weiss” by Antonio Scandello; Mozart’s “Regina Coeli” featuring a vocal quartet comprised of Jordan Brickhouse, Altus; Alyson Hays, Marlow; Gered High, Lawton; and Kirk Prucha, Duncan; “Arise my love, my fair one” by Gerald Near; “With a voice of singing” by Kenneth Jennings; “As truly as God is our Father” by William Mathias; “God we are coming to you,” a Kiowa hymn arranged by Cheevers Toppah and Scherler; “Hark I hear the harps eternal,” a traditional hymn arranged by Alice Parker; and “Benediction” by Peter C. Lutkin. The Cameron Concert Choir is accompanied by Tom Willoughby on piano.
The Cameron Centennial Singers will "Celebrate the Beatles" for their portion of the concert. Conducted by Doris Lambert, the Centennial Singers will be accompanied by pianist David C. Anderson. Dr. Jim Lambert will provide additional accompaniment on drumset. Selections include "Hello, Goodbye" arranged by Mac Huff and featuring Jessica Fernandez, Lawton, and Alyssa Yates, Elgin; "If I Fell" arranged by Mac Huff; "Can't Buy Me Love" arranged by Kirby Shaw; "Yesterday" arranged by Bob Chilcott and featuring Gered High; and "With a Little Help from My Friends" arranged by Deke Sharon and featuring Cole Hart, Walters.
Dr. Justin Pierce and David Anderson will perform a musical interlude of jazz favorites between the choral ensembles’ performances.
For more information, contact the Cameron University Department of Music at 580-581-2440.
September 30, 2013