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  • You needn’t travel far for diverse musical concerts and events.

     

    Listen for these events, brought to you by SC4:

    • Free Thursday Noon and Night Concert Series
    • NoonThis fan favorite features guest performers playing in SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre. New this year is the addition of a 7 p.m. show to accompany the regular noon concerts. The concerts are free, with the exception of the Dec. 12 holiday show, which is $5 admission. Lunch with the performers is available following the noon concert. Cost is $10, and seating is limited. Call (810) 989-5709 by the Monday prior to the concert.

      Community members also have the opportunity to participate in hands-on music workshops with the performers. A workshop is scheduled at 3:30 p.m. the day of each performance, except for the April 17 show. Space is limited. To register, call (810) 989-5709.

      Sept. 12

      Lexington Bach Strings Quartet 
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      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 artistic excellence.

      Oct. 24

      Robert Michaels presents Flamenco Fire
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      Don't miss Canada's foremost Spanish Flamenco style guitar player - a JUNO winner, platinum-selling recording artist, and master of the flamenco and classical guitar.

      Nov. 14

      SC4 Faculty Performers
      Cheryl Kaski - Mezzo-soprano
      Erick Senkmajer - clarinet
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      SC4 is proud to welcome its own faculty to the theatre stage for an event of operatic aria and clarinet.

      Dec. 12

      Jimmy Blues Trio
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      This concert will offer edification, a little education, and some heavy swingin' in the different styles of jazz. The band will be available to sign their new CD after the noon concert and at a release party after the 7 p.m. concert.Jimmy Blues Trio

      Jan. 23

      International Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      These brass musicians will entertain audiences with a sampling of repertoire and styles, including jazz, swing, classical, show tunes and pop.

      Feb. 20

      The Thomason Family Band
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      This local jazz and gospel quartet has deep roots in our community. Join them for this tribute to Black History Month.

      March 27

      The Moxie Strings
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      Moxie Strings is the electrifying combination of fiddler Diana Ladio and cellist Alison Lynn. With their feel-good melodies, and rock-influenced rhythms, these girls put a fresh spin on Celtic and Americana music. Moxie Strings

       

      April 17

      Tapestry
      Noon and 7 p.m.

      Join us in celebrating SC4's performing arts students' accomplishments; this tapestry of talent is great entertainment.

    • Symphonic Band and Jazz Band concerts
    • SymphonyThe SC4 Symphonic Band and the SC4 Jazz band present concerts during fall and winter semesters, as well as an annual Twilight Concert Series in the summer. The band also performs at St. Clair County Community College's Commencement in May. Erick Senkmajer is conductor. The band is seeking new members. For more information, call (810) 989-5709.

      Unless otherwise indicated, admission for fall and winter concerts is $7 for adults, free for SC4 students with Skippers OneCard as available at the door; free for K-12 students accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased through McMorran box office (810) 985-6166 for shows at McMorran Theatre and by calling (810) 989-5513 for shows at SC4.
      Admission for the summer Twilight Concert Series is free.

      Concert dates:

      Sunday, Oct. 27

      Heroes and Villains
      4 p.m. SC4 Fine Arts Theatre

      Sunday, Dec. 15

      Holiday Bells and the SC4 Choir
      4 p.m. McMorran Place Theatre, Port Huron

      Saturday, Feb. 15

      Winter Fest
      7 p.m. McMorran Place Theatre, Port Huron

      Saturday, April 12

      Springapalooza
      7 p.m. SC4 Fine Arts Theatre

    • Choir concerts
    • Choir

      The SC4 Choir, directed by Cheryl Kaski, performs free energetic programs guaranteed to delight the audience with an array of arrangements.

      Concert dates:

      Friday, Nov. 1

      SC4 Fall Choir Concert
      7 p.m. SC4 Fine Arts Theatre
      Reception following.

      The SC4 Choir led by Cheryl Kaski welcomes Blake Short and The Whistle Stop Revue to share the theatre stage for an evening of foot-stomping and raw harmonies in pure bluegrass style. This will be a fun concert for all ages!

      Thursday, April 24

      SC4 Choir Collaboration Concert with Marysville High School
      7 p.m. SC4 Fine Arts Theatre

      Under the direction of Cheryl Kaski, SC4 welcomes director Mike Martin and the Marysville High School Choirs to share an evening of choral magic. Come and enjoy an evening of splendidly combined voices in song.

    • Special events
    • From dinner and a show to student recitals, mark your calendar for these great events. 

       Events:

      SATURDAY, FEB. 8 

      Dinner and a Concert
       

      Daryle Singletary

      Country singer Daryle Singletary has been a force in the Nashville music scene since the 1990s. He has released seven albums and had several number one hits, including I Let Her Lie. He continually wows audiences as a great singer and an equally fine entertainer. Daryl Singletary
      • 6 p.m., dinner in SC4's Fine Arts Galleries, 7:30 p.m. concert in the Fine Arts Theatre.
      • Admission: $30 concert/$46 dinner and concert.

       Friday, April 25 

      SC4 Student Recital 
      7 p.m. free show in the Fine Arts Theatre
      Reception following.

      Vocal students under the direction of SC4 voice teacher, Cheryl Kaski, will be presenting an evening of song titled, "Ode to the Theatre."  Join us in supporting up-and-coming vocal soloists.

      Saturday, March 22

      Organ Concert
      5:30 p.m.
      Grace Episcopal Church, 1213 Sixth St., Port Huron

      This second annual concert will celebrate organ music and its history.

      Friday, May 9 

      SC4 Commencement 

      SC4 Symphonic Band and SC4 Jazz Band to perform free music at 6:30 p.m. in the McMorran Arena and in pavilion following Commencement from 9 to 10 p.m.