W&J Camerata Singers to Present Concert in New York City
The Camerata Singers, the premiere choral group at Washington & Jefferson College, will perform a concert at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. The Office of Alumni Relations encourages alumni, parents and friends in the region to attend the concert in support of the singers.
The Camerata Singers have appeared at professional music conferences and by invitation at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. In 2010, they became the first winners of The American Prize in Choral Performance, College/University Division. The group is conducted by Dr. Susan Medley, W&J director of choral activities.
The W&J Camerata Singers are: Benjamin Altomari, Garek Anderson, Hannah Baldwin, Erin Barno, Travis Clark, Allyse Corbin, Megan Crawford, Sarah Depew, Samantha Farabee, Tayler Hansen, Michael Kozlowski, Ulysses Laman, Brennen Malia, Amber McGee, Kristin Ogden, Brandon Rauch, Hannah Russell, Noah Salama, Nicholas Stockert, Genevieve VanVoorhis, Kayleigh Verno, and Kyle Weidman.
The W&J Camerata Singers will be joined in concert by the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, a 100-voice community chorus, also conducted by Dr. Medley.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine is the world’s largest cathedral and third-largest church. Located at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, the Cathedral and its grounds span the area between West 110th Street and West 113th Street. In addition to its staggering beauty, the space is known acoustically for its eight-second reverberation time. For more information on the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, please visit http://www.stjohndivine.org/.