The Long Beach Camerata Singers Take Audiences Center Stage For an Evening of Broadway Hits

(Long Beach, CA, May 1, 2013): The Long Beach Camerata Singers will close their 2012-2013 concert season on June 8, 2013 with the annual and increasingly popular Broadway-themed benefit performance Camerata Goes Broadway!

The entertaining show, directed by Robert Istad, features delightful chorus numbers and solos from best-loved musicals of the past and present, with this year’s acts dedicated to musical theatre’s great and classic composers: Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Cole Porter.

A program that started as a crowd-pleaser and has grown into an annual tradition.” – Long Beach Press Telegram

A reception and silent auction precedes the concert and offers patrons a wide variety of items to bid on, including tickets to premiere entertainment destinations and other unique prizes. All proceeds benefit the upcoming Long Beach Camerata Singers season.

Tickets are $45 presale and $50 at the door.
Saturday, June 8, 2013 – Silent Auction 6:30pm | Concert 7:30pm
CSULB, Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall, 6200 E. Atherton Street, Long Beach, CA 90815.

Long Beach Camerata Singers is a 501(c)3 non-profit, 80-voice choir that has provided Long Beach residents with high-quality choral music for more than 46 years. Currently under the artistic direction of Robert Istad, Director of Choral Studies at CSU Fullerton and Assistant Director of the Pacific Chorale, the choir presents 8 concerts a year, including a fully-orchestrated performance of Handel’s Messiah and an annual Bach Festival. Repertoire encompasses a wide range of works from the Renaissance to the present. Though its roots are in classical music, more contemporary choral works, jazz, Broadway and popular tunes have been added in recent years to broaden audience appeal.
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