Cambria Chorale is bringing a “Bouquet of Melodies” to the community for its annual spring concert.
The show will be the first under the direction of Ed Hughes, who has chosen a variety of styles for a pair of performances, April 30 and May 14. Both are set for 2 p.m. at Cambria Community Presbyterian Church, 2250 Yorkshire Drive in Cambria.
The chorale’s singers will tackle swing, show tunes, spiritual music and even a barbershop number. The program includes a medley from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Oklahoma!” as well as “Steam Heat” from “The Pajama Game” and a medley of Beach Boys tunes.
Karen Johnson will accompany the chorale on piano, with Ron Perry and Jeff Marr on keyboards. Mark Kramer will serve as narrator.
Tickets are $16 for adults and free to students. They’re available at the Joslyn Center, Cambria Chamber of Commerce, from a chorale member or at the door if any remain available. You can also find them online at www.brownpaper tickets.com/event/ 2934288.
Money raised through the concert will fund the Cambria Youth Music Fund, which provides lessons for local youths who show talent in vocal and instrumental music.