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Internationally renowned tenor William Ferguson, will be joining us for this unique and moving work by Benjamin Britten, which will also feature CCO Principal Horn, Adam Schommer.  We’ll pair that with Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite, and add a suite by J.S. Bach.

 

SPECIAL ADDITION: We have the distinct pleasure of co-hosting a masterclass with Cornell, featuring our guest artist, William Ferguson. The class will be free and open to the public and we encourage our CCO friends and supporters to attend. It can be fascinating for musicians and non-musicians alike to see this type of "workshop" and you'll get a glimpse of Mr. Ferguson as both an artist and a teacher before he performs with us on Saturday, March 14th.  Click here for additional details.

 

 

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Lee Strebel Memorial Youth Concerto Competition

Application and full guidelines now available!

The CCO's Youth Concerto Competition provides young area musicians (open to all instruments and voice) the chance to compete, at the highest level, for a performance opportunity with a professional orchestral ensemble.  Click here for more information.

* The concerto competition takes place in alternate years with the next competition scheduled for May 3, 2015. *

 

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The Cayuga Chamber Orchestra's 38th Season is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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