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Faculty Concert Series

Faculty Concert Series at Howard Community College

Our Faculty Concert Series continues to draw upon the stellar body of music faculty at HCC. From solo recitals to chamber and concerto concerts, music lovers will experience the prowess of our faculty all season long. We invite you to browse through the season’s offering to find your favorite programs.

Fall 2021 Faculty Concerts

Sunday, October 17 at 4:00 pm

Shalom
Max Murray Bass
Frank Russo Drums
Alan Blackman Piano

All new music inspired by the introspection and quietude of the pandemic. This set will feature originals by members of the trio and fresh takes on traditional melodies like Oh, Shenandoah.

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Sunday, November 7 at 4:00 pm

Together Again 
Lu-Hsuan Chen, Soprano
Melissa Lindon, Flute
Kyle Coughlin, Clarinet
Bruce Casteel, Guitar
Wei-Der Huang, Piano
Hsien-Ann Meng, Piano

Features music faculty of the HCC Music Department in solo and ensemble works.  Program includes Der Hirt auf dem Felsen by Schubert, Slavonic Dances by Dvořák, Sonatine for Flute and Piano by Milhaud, and solo works for the guitar by Tárrega, Villa-Lobos.

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Ticket Information

Single ticket priceGeneral AdmissionSenior/MilitaryStudentGroups 6 or more
At the Door$18.00$13.00$7.00$12*
Advance Tickets
Prices are valid up to one week prior to the concert date:
$16.00$10.00$5.00N/A

Due to the nature of artistic presentation, all concerts and events are subject to change. 

  • Children Ticket Policy: Children ages 6 through 12 in the same family get FREE ADMISSION with a purchase of general or senior ticket to the Faculty Series Concerts.
  • Group Ticket Policy: Group rate for 6 or more people purchasing general admission tickets to the Faculty Series Concerts: $12 for Faculty Concert. Use the code GROUP6 to access group pricing when purchasing tickets online.  For more information, call the Horowitz Center Box Office.  

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