CU@SC: Cameron University Percussion Ensemble and Centennial Singers in combined concert

Cameron University’s CU@SC Series continues as the Cameron University Percussion Ensemble and the Cameron University Centennial Singers present a combined concert at the Simmons Center in Duncan on Friday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m. The concert is sponsored by the Simmons Center Community Spirit Program and the Cameron University School of Liberal Arts. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students/senior citizens/military. Cameron University faculty, students and staff receive free admission with CU id.

The Cameron University Percussion Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Jim Lambert, Professor of Music and Chair,  Department of Music, will perform “The Gilded Cage” by Susan Powell, “Gainsborough” by Tom Gauger, “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Mozart and transcribed by James Moore, “Rendezvous” by David Samuels featuring Kimberly Garza, Iowa Park, Texas, on marimba, Chick Corea’s “Spain” arranged by Larry Lawless and Garza on vibraphone and Michael Barnes, Lawton, on marimba, “Headlong” by Dan Moore and Mat Britain featuring Garza on lead steel drum and Quinton Williams, Duncan, on marimba, and Pat Metheny’s “It’s Just Talk” arranged by Steve Houghton and featuring Garza on vibraphone.

The Cameron Centennial Singers, conducted by Doris Lambert and accompanied by Kristina Henckel on piano, will present "Ubi Caritas" by Ola Gjeilo, "Just in Time" arranged by Steve Zegree, "Your Smiling Face" arranged by Ken Berg, and "I've Got the Music in Me" arranged by Deke Sharon.  The Centennial Singers is an ensemble of music students that includes Jordan Brickhouse, Altus; Haley Loller, Anadarko; Alyssa Yates, Elgin; Jarod Grice, Frederick; Jeffery Humphries, Grand Prairie, Texas; Brielle Capps, Anthony Clark, Melissa Delgado, Mark Deyesso,  Matthew Morales, Anjelika Ramsdell, and Melinda Taylor, all of Lawton; and Cole Hart, Walters.

The combined ensembles will conclude the concert with a gospel rendition of "Daniel" by Rollo Dilworth.

For more information, call the Cameron University Department of Music at 580-581-2440.



March 16, 2012