Corning Community College Celebrates 60 Years with Poetry and Music
| April 25, 2018
Cantata Singers and the Corning Community College Vocal Ensemble join forces for a concert celebrating 60 years of Corning Community College with poetry of Edward Dougherty set to music by conductor Will Wickham, who joins us to talk about this free concert at the Corning Museum of Glass Auditorium.
Photo credit: Bob Haggard for the Cantata Singers
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