C A N T O R I

choral artists of east texas

A new high caliber performing ensemble for the East Texas region, CANTORI invites singers for excellent performances of classical and new choral repertoire which have a lasting, edifying value for both the listener and the performer. 

CANTORI will not commence as a traditional 9-month commitment season for it’s singers, rather it will be session-based, cumulating in an excellent public concert performance in a shorter calendar period. We are excited about this model for a performing arts organization in East Texas and it’s potential for musicians to perform at high level of musicianship within a focused period of time.

Our first performance session will run January through February 2019, cumulating in a performance of the Duruflé Requiem, on March 2, together with orchestra and the choirs of the University of Texas at Tyler. Rehearsals will take place on Thursday evenings in January and February, in the new choral rehearsal hall at the university. Registration: $65.00.

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Dr. Cameron Rose currently serves as the Director of Choral Activities at The University of Texas at Tyler, where he conducts the Patriot Singers and Concert Chorale. He has also served as conductor of the East Texas Symphony Chorus, was founder and Music Director of the Utah Master Chorale, Assistant Director and Accompanist of the University of Utah Singers and A Cappella Choir, and Assistant Orchestra Conductor and Chorus Master of the American West Symphony and Chorus. He also previously served in professional arts administration with the Los Angeles Philharmonic / Hollywood Bowl.

As a composer, Dr. Rose's works have been performed by numerous ensembles and soloists, including the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square, and Leticia Oaks Strong, Los Angeles Philharmonic violist. His musical experiences span classical orchestral to jazz piano, from film scoring to gospel, and from the electronic studio to the sacred choral tradition.

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