Singing at Carnegie Hall!

Fifty-three members of Centenary's Camerata vocal ensemble sang in an invited performance at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, Feb 18, 2007. Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious venues in the world — Centenary's group made it there "based on its high level of performance and accomplishments," according to organizers of the event.

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Camerata Gets Ready
Camerata Gets Ready

Ready, Set, Go!
Ready, Set, Go!

To St. Paul\'s
To St. Paul's

Sightseeing
Sightseeing...

Practice, Practice, Practice
Practice, Practice, Practice

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art

Alumni Reception
Alumni Reception

Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall

Ready To Go Home
Ready To Go Home!

Camerata, one of the ensembles of the Hurley School of Music, sang along with other selected college and church choirs and professional performers as part of Carnegie’s Masterworks Series. Centenary singers also had the special privilege of singing solo, a special tribute to the singers’ abilities. As part of the honors, Camerata's conductor, Dr. Julia Thorn, was able to conduct alongside renowned conductor Paul Oakley.

See the news release about this event or view photographs of the students. (2/13/07)

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