Cameron University Centennial Singers to present “Sounds of Spring” with Comanche High School Advanced Chorale

The Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts will present “Sounds of Spring,” a concert featuring Cameron University Centennial Singers with special guest ensemble, The Advanced Chorale from Comanche High School. The concert is slated for Friday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the University Theatre. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students/senior citizens. Cameron faculty, staff and students are admitted free with CU ID. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

Conducted by Doris Lambert, the Centennial Singers will perform a repertoire celebrating Spring, including “Sing Joyfully” by William Byrd; “A Boy and A Girl” by Eric Whitacre; “Just in Time,”  arranged by Steve Zegree; “My Favorite Things,” featuring the Ladies of Centennial, arranged by Mitos Andaya; “Blue Skies” featuring soloist Corbyn Nauman, arranged by Steve Zegree; “Imagination,” arranged by Dave Barduhn; “Everything” arranged by Roger Emerson; “Happy Together,”  featuring the Men of Centennial, arranged by Liz Garnett; “Feeling Good,” arranged by Jim Clements; and Christopher Tin’s “Baba Yetu” featuring soloist Lorenzo Butler, Lawton. The Centennial Singers are accompanied by David Anderson on keyboard and percussion major Gus Echols, Duncan, on drumset.

Comanche’s Advanced Chorale, under the direction of Lacy Reed, will perform “Let Me Fly,” a traditional spiritual arranged by Jerry Depuit; “The Blue Bells of Scotland” arranged by Catherine DeLanoy; and ”Nothing’ Gonna Stumble My Feet” by John Parker and Greg Gilpin. 

The two ensembles will combine for “Shenandoah” arranged by James Erb.

For more information, contact the Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts at 580-581-2346.



April 19, 2017