HCC Concerts Series
Horowitz Center Operations
Howard Community College has been closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As a result, all events scheduled to take place on campus through May 31 are cancelled or postponed. This decision will be reassessed on that date or as appropriate if new developments arise. Ticket holders for affected resident events will be contacted by the Horowitz Center box office. Ticket holders for events presented by our partners in the arts are encouraged to check partner organizations' websites for more information.
For the latest updates on actions the college is taking in response to COVID-19, please visit www.howardcc.edu/coronavirus.
It is with a great pleasure and much excitement that we unveil our 2019-2020 concert season to you. Our programming this season will explore music and its multi-faceted realms of power.
The Ancient Greeks were among the first to recognize the power of music; one only need to think of how Orpheus conquered the underworld with music from his lyre. Since then, music continues to play a significant role in the progress of civilization, uplifting people, helping to build the character of people and telling stories of the nations. This season you will find many great works attesting to music’s everlasting endurance of inspiring and representing people. In addition, we are also bringing you two lectures on the topics of electronic music and music therapy, along with an engaging workshop on improvisation. Furthermore, we are extending an invitation to you to have a say in building the program for one of our concerts – check out the Alphabet Series Concert!
As you discover more about our season, we want to bring your attention to what’s new this year. All of our programs are presented chronologically in our brochure, mixing the three guest artist performances – Grammy-nominated Jazz artist, Alex Brown and his trio; Duo Ingolfsson-Stoupel; and pianist Santiago Rodriguez – with our diversified and scintillating faculty concerts. To better serve you, we are offering assigned seating in Monteabaro Recital Hall beginning this season and a special ticket promotion of Package of 3. We look forward to exploring a year of “Power” at the Horowitz Center with you and hope to see you at our concerts.
Dean of Arts & Humanities Division
Director of HCC Concert Series