Elmira’s Cantata Singers Go on the Road for a Birthday Celebration
| January 16, 2019
Cantata Singers of Elmira have been invited to be among an international array of choral group performing ‘The Music of Karl Jenkins: 75th Birthday Celebration’ on Monday, January 21 at 7pm in Carnegie Hall. Conductor Will Wickham talks about how a performance of Jenkins’ ‘The Armed Man’ led to the first invitation, and then to this latest gala performance.
Photo credit: Cantata Singers
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