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Men's Doo-Wop

The Men’s Doo-Wop Ensemble

The Men’s ensemble was born of a request from two FCC music theory students, John Paul-Kadoura and Nathaniel Waggoner. These young men wanted to experience the joy of singing close harmonies and repertoire of the golden age of Doo-Wop. Immediately, the men of the CASF, having real experience of this music, encouraged this desire, and the ensemble was created. The Men’s Ensemble instantly became the most requested music entertainment for college functions, concerts and private performances. Rehearsing before the regular rehearsals, and occasionally over the summers, the men’s ensemble has become a much beloved member of the CASF family. Whether bringing grins to the holiday audiences with their renditions of "The Chipmunk Song" or sighs of remembrance with "Earth Angel", these gentlemen continue to engage our audiences with their velvet tones and pure vitality in performance.

 

Sirens

The Sirens of the Sixties

As their name implies, the Sirens are an elite group of women who perform repertoire largely based in the sixties, with joy and allure. Their performances have made them a highly sought-after ensemble. Often requested for private performances, these vibrant singers present songs from all genres; Renaissance to Film Music, Anuna through Adele, Mendelssohn to Mowtown, with ease and aplomb. Rehearsing outside of the regular CASF requirements, these sirens of song are dedicated to musically polished and highly entertaining performance. Since their creation, no CASF concert has been complete without these engaging ladies who continue share their love of music with our audiences and the community.

 

Carolers

CASF Carolers

Further information coming soon!

 

Want to make your private function sparkle with a performance from one of these fine ensembles?

Please contact Lynn Staininger at lstaininger@frederick.edu for booking information.

 

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