Where Sacred Waters Divide, a collaboration with Corning Community College, is an all original program of music, dance, poetry, and art based on the theme of water in our local Southern Finger Lakes Region.
Poetry for Where Sacred Waters Divide was created specifically for this program and is copyrighted by Edward Dougherty, poet and CCC professor. The text for Sacred Water Falling and all the music, was composed by Will Wickham, CCC adjunct professor and music director of the Cantata Singers. The fiddle part of Self Portrait, in the Eyes of Stone was created and performed by Autumn Rose Lester as part of a credit bearing, directed study course at CCC.
We are currently accepting new singers to join us for our May concert in Elmira. For further information about the choir or our programs read on or contact our music director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Concerts are free, open to the public and handicapped accessible.
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Your donation, in any amount, helps us to better plan our season and continue to provide high quality performances for the enjoyment of our community.
The Cantata Singers wish to express our thanks and appreciation to you and all who made our 50th Golden Anniversary Year such a success! Below are images from our performance of Bach's Mass in B Minor on June 1st, 2014.
50th anniversary Images provided by R.S. Perry and others.