The Cameron University Department of Music will present a chamber music concert featuring the Cameron Flute Quartet, the Cameron Clarinet Trio, the Cameron Saxophone Quartet and the Cameron Trombone Choir at The Bakery Emporium, located at 1320 N.W. Homestead Drive, on Monday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m. The concert is open to the public at no charge. Cameron students, faculty and staff will receive a 10 percent discount on food and beverages with CU I.D.
“We are looking forward to our first collaboration with The Bakery Emporium,” says Dr. Carolyn Keyes, director of the Cameron Flute Quartet. “The Steam Punk aesthetic of the restaurant will provide a lovely visual setting for the concert.”
Cameron students performing include Mariama Abramson and Lori Gray, Cache; Irmtraud Bryant, Brittany Curtis, Tyler Kennedy and Prezell Duckett, Lawton; J. Gardner, Tuttle; and Tabatha DenDekker, Elgin. Also performing will be high school students Matthew Martin from Lawton MacArthur High School; William Sappington from Apache High School; Derik Daubenspeck from Cache High School, and Kenneth Williams from Lawton Eisenhower High School. Daubenspeck and Williams are both concurrently enrolled at Cameron. Additional performers include community members Hope Gray, Cache, and Karen Ballengee, Lawton.
The Cameron Trombone Choir is directed by Dr. Matthew Mireles. Dr. Andrew Stonerock directs both the Cameron Clarinet Trio and the Cameron Saxophone Quartet.
Selections for the concert will include classics “Amazing Grace” and “Georgia On My Mind” as well as compositions by Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn and Rimsky-Korsakoff, among others.
For more information, contact the Department of Music at 581-2440.
April 3, 2015