CNY Arts Center announced the addition of Douglas McCall as pianist/accompanist to the line-up for its upcoming benefit cabaret, “Songs of the Seasons,” which will be held March 2 at 8 p.m. at State Street UMC, 357 State St., Fulton.
McCall holds degrees in music education from SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College and has been a middle school and high school choral teacher for the past 15 years. He has directed theatre at both the middle school and high school level.
His directing credits include “Annie Jr.,” “Fiddler on the Roof Jr.,” “Into the Woods Jr.,” “The Music Man,” “My fair Lady,” “The Wiz” and many others.
“Songs of the Seasons” will present an evening of song and poetry with seasonal themes, desserts and an array of raffle items from local artists and area businesses.
The fund-raiser will benefit arts programming at CNY Arts Center committed to promoting the arts throughout Central New York.
“We’re excited to present this first cabaret – a nice evening with familiar songs and a relaxed intimate atmosphere,” said Nancy Fox, CNY Arts Center director. “We’re making use of our facility for all interests and artists. This is an opportunity for our performing artists to share their vocal talents singing the songs we know and love.”
Tickets may be obtained online at www.CNYArtsCenter.com or by calling 592-3373.