FREE CONCERT - Cuyahoga Community College Choir
The Cuyahoga Community College Choir is on their 2019 Performance Tour and will be touring New York in May! Their first concert will be at Church of St. Paul the Apostle on May 22nd at 2:30pm. You don't want to miss this talented ensemble!
The Chorale is a 30- voice ensemble performing a variety of vocal literature. Past ensembles have toured in Italy, Montreal, and performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall and the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.
Cuyahoga Community College Music Ensembles are as diverse as the student population and range from the avocational singer to the jazz lead trumpet player in a big band. Ensemble leaders are professional musicians that work in the industry and bring valuable first-hand experience as well as academic credentials to their ensemble members.
Kira Seaton is Professor of Music at Cuyahoga Community College, Western Campus, teaching Voice, Choral Music, Music Theory, and Musicology since 1987. Aside from her academic duties, Ms. Seaton has performed, musical directed, or directed in a majority of the theatres in Northeastern Ohio, and has sung with both Cleveland Opera and the Cleveland Orchestra. Professor Seaton has conducted or participated in touring choirs performing at The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Severance Hall, St. Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal, and has performed on tours in England and Italy. A popular speaker with the Cuyahoga Community College’s Speaker’s bureau, Ms. Seaton has spoken to many area groups on the Healing Power of Music, the Legacy of Music, and “I Hate Opera”, a humorous talk about the history and fun of Opera.
Venue: Church of St. Paul the Apostle
405 West 59th Street
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