The West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series will present “A WSCC Holiday Music Spectacular III,” on Dec. 2 at 2:00 p.m. and at 8:00 p.m. and Dec. 3 at 2:00 p.m. at Center Stage Theater.
Ring in the holidays and celebrate the season! Back again for a much-anticipated show, this high-energy production of holiday rock, lighting, and special effects is sure to put audiences into the holiday spirit. The show will feature guitarist Lou Musa from the Verve Pipe, Craig Avery, and Kevin Depree from the popular Grand Rapids based band Brenna, along with special appearances from Edgar Struble, Chloe Kimes, Groove 101, the WSCC Drumline, and many more of area favorites.
“After last year’s production, I had multiple requests to bring this show back every year. While I can’t promise that, this is yet another opportunity for us to have fun and share our love of music with the community,” says Ted Malt, director of performing arts and professor of music studies.
Edgar Struble, producer and artist in residence at WSCC says, “It’s always a joy for me to participate in these WSCC Holiday events, and this will be no exception. I’m so looking forward to getting together with these talented folks!
Some WSCC Alumni will be on the stage, including Craig Avery and Chloe Kimes. Kimes holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Business and Songwriting from Middle Tennessee State University. She states “Not only am I excited to perform, but can’t wait to share the stage with so many local legends.”
For more information and to purchase reserved seat tickets, go to the college’s website at www.westshore.edu/performingarts