Camerata Singers to honor Great White Way in their last performance of current season
May 25th, 2012 · No Comments · Culture
The Long Beach Camerata Singers will “go Broadway” in the last concert of their current season on Saturday, June 9.
The choir, soloists, pianist Na-Young Moon, and the Long Beach Camerata Band are coming together under the direction of Robert Istad to perform songs from Broadway musicals past and present, including Wicked, Funny Girl, Sweet Charity, Pippin, A Chorus Line, Rent, and many more. Camerata is even throwing in a little choreography.
The concert will be preceded by a reception and silent auction at 6:30pm, and Camerata will begin its three-part performance at 7:30pm.
Camerata’s annual silent auction will feature a wide variety of items on which to bid, and the choir has made an effort to collect items that will appeal to all audiences. Tickets to amusement parks and performances, gift baskets, antique jewelry, and local services will be among the many items up for grabs.
The concert, silent auction and reception will all take place at CSU Long Beach in the Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall.
Admission is $40 advanced tickets and $50 at the door. Purchase advanced tickets at longbeachcameratasingers.org .