KEUKA PARK, N.Y.—The Finger Lakes Camerata will perform at Keuka College Sunday, April 15.
Free and open to the public, the concert begins at 3 p.m. in the College’s Norton Chapel.
The program will feature some of the Camarata’s favorite selections, including The Road Home by Stephen Paulus; Eight Dollars a Day arranged by Robert DeCormier; 1890’s Medley arranged by Dennis Maxfield; Oklahoma! arranged by Clay Warnick; Poor Judd Is Dead by Rodgers and Hammerstein II; At the River arranged by R. Wilding-White; Elijah Rock arranged by Jester Hairston; and The Vacant Chair arranged by Ben Allaway.
Following a brief intermission, the concert continues with The Majesty and Glory of Your Name by Tom Fettke; Seal Lullaby by Eric Whitacre; Across the Vast, Eternal Sky by Ola Gjeilo; Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Faure; Ubi Caritas by Maurice Durufle; Homeward Bound by Marta Keen; and The Lord Bless You and Keep You by John Rutter.
The Finger Lakes Camerata, based at Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC), is a select group of community members and students chosen through audition. The group performs a cappella works as well as music for chamber chorus. Mr. Maxfield, adjunct instructor of music at FLCC, is the Camerata’s founder and director.
Mr. Maxfield, who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Eastman School of Music, and received performers’ certificates in voice and opera, also directs the Finger Lakes Chorale.
In addition to Mr. Maxfield, the Finger Lakes Camerata is comprised of sopranos Eileen Alven, Cindy Bridgeford, Stephanie Durham, Anne Gulledge, and Amy Ogden; altos Bethyn Boni, Linda Egburtson, Carrie Ieda, Debbie Lyon, Sharyn Powell, Mary Puls, and Karen Sullivan; tenors Justin Colburn, Mark Darling, Gary Humes, and Kirby Weimer; and basses Alan Braun, Nels Carr, Stuart Gillim, Peter Houghton, and Thomas Poplasky.
Anthony D’Agostino serves as the group’s accompanist.