CU@SC returns to Simmons Center with "Performance Panorama" featuring Cameron music students

CU@SC returns to the Simmons Center as the Cameron University Department of Music presents “Performance Panorama,” featuring Cameron music students in a showcase recital, on Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is open to the public at no charge and is co-sponsored by CU Lectures and Concerts Series, the Simmons Center Spirit Award and the Cameron University School of Liberal Arts.

Piano students Ike Chan, Hong Kong; Kassandra Duran, Lawton; Kathryn Patterson, Duncan; and Jiha Choi, Cache, will perform Rachmaninoff’s “Prelude in C-sharp minor,” “Dolly Suite” by Fauré and Moszkowski’s “Capriccio Espagnol.”

Guitar students Ashim Bohara, Kathmandu, Nepal; Shane Rutherford, Lawton; and Anastasia Rave, Fayetteville, N.C., will accompany cellist Spenser Jones, Oklahoma City, on Vivaldi’s “Concerto in C major” and Scott Joplin’s “Entertainer” ragtime selection.

Trumpeter Lorenzo Diaz, Duncan, will be featured on Neruda’s “Concerto in Eb,” accompanied by Choi on piano.

Vocalists Jennifer Nixon, Lawton, and Alyssa Yates, Elgin, will perform “The Letter Duet” from “The Marriage of Figaro” by Mozart. They will be accompanied by Dr. John Cornish on piano.

The Cameron University Centennial Singers, conducted by Doris Lambert, will perform “The Telephone Song” arranged by Eckert and featuring Jamie Hatcher, Lawton; “O My Love’s Like a Red, Red Rose” by Clausen and featuring Jones on cello; and Kirby Shaw’s “Operator” featuring vocal soloist Jordan Brickhouse, Altus.

The Cameron University Pan Express, conducted by Dr. Jim Lambert, will close the concert with a variety of steel drum favorites.

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


March 20, 2013