Bringing to you live, national, regional and local artists and performers, the WSCC Performing Arts Series thanks you for your continued support. Kindly consider donating so we can continue to bring high caliber performances to our local communities.

WSCC Performing Arts returns for the 2023-2024 Series with a diverse and high-energy lineup!

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Contact: Theodore Malt
Professor of Music, Arts & Humanities Division, Director of Performing Arts
B.M. Instrumental Music Education, Michigan State University; M.Ed. Educational Administration, Grand Valley State University
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(231) 843-5776

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