Cayuga Vocal Ensemble to Perform at Wells
Choral ensemble presents their program “All Night, All Day,” featuring the work of classical and contemporary composers.
Recital Hall, Barler Hall
The Wells College music department welcomes the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble for their production “All Night, All Day” at 8 p.m. Monday, March 4, in the Barler Recital Hall on the Wells College Campus. “All Night, All Day” features an entertaining mix of choral music by Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn, Reynaldo Hahn and several contemporary American composers, along with spirituals, folk song arrangements and three songs by Cole Porter. The performance will be accompanied by Kerry Mizrahi. This concert is free and all are welcome.
Ithaca's elite chamber choral ensemble, the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble has performed throughout the southern Finger Lakes region to great acclaim. Active for over twenty years, the group currently consists of sixteen professionally-trained singers whose individual experience includes performances with Tri-Cities Opera Company, The Gregg Smith Singers, the Syracuse Symphony and Ithaca Opera. The group is a member of Chorus America.
The Cayuga Vocal Ensemble is led by Dr. Carl Johengen, faculty member at Wells and Ithaca Colleges. Carl holds a doctor of musical arts degree from the Eastman School of Music, as well as master’s in conducting from the Ithaca College School of Music. He has developed a strong reputation for his work as a conductor, singer, voice teacher and award-winning composer.
For more information, visit the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble’s website at www.cayuga-vocal.org.