Cameron University Concert Choir and Centennial Singers take the stage for holiday concert

The Cameron University Concert Choir and the Cameron University Centennial Singers will appear in a holiday concert on Monday, December 1, 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 with CU I.D. are admitted at no charge.  

The Cameron Concert Choir, under the musical direction of Patrick Callaghan, will present a salute to the holidays with “The Holly and the Ivy,” an English carol arranged by John Rutter; “A Greater Miracle” by Michael Isaacson; “Mary Shivered” by Cameron Professor of Music Gregory Hoepfner; “Gloria” from “Missa Sancti Gabrieles” by Michael Haydn; the 1963 Bing Crosby classic, “Do You Hear What I Hear,” arranged by Nick Johnson; “The Lamb” by J.D. Frizzell; “Noel” by Todd Smith, arranged by Brad Holmes; and “Bethlehem” by J. Edmund Hughes. The Concert Choir will be accompanied by Tom Willoughby on piano.

The Cameron Centennial Singers are conducted by Doris Lambert and accompanied by pianist David C. Anderson. They will perform a selection of seasonal favorites including “Deck The Hall,” a traditional Welsh carol arranged by Kirby Shaw and featuring student soloists Kirk Prucha and Stacia Prucha, Comanche; “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” by Gannon and Kent, arranged by Mark Hayes and featuring soloist Nathanael Butler, Lawton; “Ding-a-Ding-a-Ding” by Greg Gilpin; “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by Martin and Blane and arranged by Darmon Meader; “The Little Drummer Boy” by Davis, Onorati and Simeone, arranged by Philip Kern; and “Jingle Bells” by Pierpont, arranged by Mac Huff.

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


November 21, 2014