Thursday, Sept. 11Noon and
The Lexington Bach Festival has partnered with the concert
series to bring the quartet to SC4. The ensemble includes two violins, viola
and cello. This quartet has established a local and national reputation for
Thursday, Oct. 23Noon and 7 p.m.
A truly original 12-string guitarist drawing inspiration from world
travels and improbable experiences, Neil shares stories and humorous
anecdotes while performing breathtaking compositions. He pushes the limits of
this traditional folk instrument while forging Gypsy, Celtic, Balkan and
classical influences into new American music. For more about the artist,
out a video
Thursday, Nov. 13Noon and 7 p.m.
Canadian pianist Anastasia Rizikov is a remarkably poised
15-year-old who is already showing signs of being "the one to watch." She is
currently performing numerous solo concerts in major U.S. and Canadian
cities. In December 2012 in honor of Glenn Gould's Grammy Lifetime
Achievement Award, The Glenn Gould Foundation provided a C1X Yamaha baby
grand piano to her as an outstanding young pianist. She has the piano on an
indefinite loan to aid in her artistic and career development. Fluent in
Russian, Ukrainian and English, Anastasia's dreams are to become a renowned
and accomplished pianist and to "touch the hearts of the audience." For
more about the pianist, visit www.anastasiarizikov.ca
Thursday, Dec. 11Noon and 7 p.m.Admission: $5
Matthew Ball is one of Michigan's premier blues and boogie woogie
pianists. With a performance history spanning jazz fests to symphony
appearances throughout the Midwest and Canada, as well as recent appearances
on NPR's All Things Considered and Morning Edition, Matthew
has been described as a "rising giant in the field."
start in Jjzz only began in 2001 after he attended a hometown boogie woogie
festival. He was so awestruck by the performances he saw that night, he left
his career as an attorney to become a blues and boogie woogie performing
artist. With a lot of time and effort, Ball would reach a breakthrough in
2005 with a career launching performance at the exclusive Arches Piano Stage
in Cincinnati where he shared the stage with some of the same musicians
that first inspired him to play back in 2001. Today declared as "a
nationally emerging boogie-woogie master," Matthew is helping to define a
new generation's contribution to this treasured American tradition. For more
about him, visit www.boogiewoogiekid.com.
Jan. 22Noon and 7 p.m.
Musician and SC4 instructor
Victoria Banks leads an exciting group of friends and other SC4 faculty
including Jane Lehman, Cheryl Kaski and Stephen Collins in this varied
program with piano, violin, French horn and vocals.
19Noon and 7 p.m.
Classically-trained violinist Rodney Lamar Page
uses his energetic style to bridge various styles of music in an unforgettable
celebration of Black History Month.
This concert is supported in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.
Thursday, March 26Noon and 7 p.m.
and wife duo, conductor and musician Carl Gippert and vocalist Angel Gippert,
will captivate the audience with their knowledge and love of music. Margaret
Stone will accompany on piano.
16Noon and 7 p.m.
Join us in celebrating SC4's
performing arts students.
SC4 Symphonic Band and Jazz Band is conducted by Erick Senkmajer.
Tickets are $7 for adults, with free admission for students in
Kindergarten through 12th grade when accompanied by an adult. Tickets also are
free for SC4 students with Skippers OneCard as available at the door.Concerts are held in SC4's Fine Arts Theatre.For tickets, call (810)
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26
4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14
7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21
p.m. Saturday, April 18
7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15SC4
Fine Arts TheatreAdmission: Free
7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 16SC4 Fine Arts TheatreAdmission: Free