The West Shore Community College Concert Choir, under the direction of Rebecca Sopha and Lew Wilson, will be in concert on Sun., April 26, at 2 p.m. in the Center Stage Theater.
This fun-filled afternoon of music will highlight some of the most popular sacred and secular vocal selections.
“We are very fortunate to have such talented directors in Becky and Lew who bring years of experience and musical talent, which results in high level performances year after year,” says Ted Malt, Professor of Music Studies.
On Wed., April 29, the WSCC Chamber Winds and Wind Symphony will be performing at Ludington High School’s Peterson Auditorium for their spring concert, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Malt adds, “Due to the size of the Wind Symphony, our concerts have been performed in high school auditoriums across the area. This not only accommodates our large numbers, but also is a great outreach for our program and the college at large.”
This concert will feature popular wind band literature along with a collaboration with the Concert Choir.
Kent Boulton, composer and director emeritus of the Big Rapids Area Schools music program, will be conducting two of his original compositions, “Fanfare for A Festival” and “On a Picardy Theme.”
“I also want to extend a special thank you to Andrea Large, superintendent of the Ludington High Schools, Dale Horowski, principal, Ludington High School, and Keith Kuczynski, director of bands, O.J. DeJonge and Ludington High School for their generous support of this particular concert.”
Tickets for the concerts are on sale now at the WSCC Box Office, 231-843-5507 or online.
Author: Thomas Hawley | Executive Director of College Communications & Community Engagement