State Fair Community College

Music arts

Concert Chorale, Harmonium Chamber Singers, 
Soundsation Express, and Jazz Runners

Buy Tickets button graphicAll events are held in the Stauffacher Theatre unless otherwise noted. Tickets, if required, are available two weeks prior to event opening. To purchase tickets, call the Box Office at (660) 596-7387 from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and two hours prior to each performance, email tickets@sfccmo.edu., or click the BUY TICKETS! button to purchase tickets online.

All tickets are $6 for the public and free to SFCC students and employees unless otherwise noted. Tickets for groups of 10 or more are half price.
 
CLARINET AND TRUMPET RECITAL
Copenhaver and Litwiller
Sept. 3, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre
Free admission – no ticket required

Paul Copenhaver and Steve Litwiller are Central Methodist University instructors with decades of performing and teaching experience. In addition to teaching, Copenhaver is the assistant director of the Columbia Community Band and Litwiller leads a group interested in mentoring new and future music educators.
 
ALUMNI RECITAL
Danielle Hedgpeth
Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre
Free admission—no ticket required

SFCC alumna Danielle Hedgepeth is a trumpet performance student at the University of Central Missouri. Danielle, along with accompanist SFCC piano instructor Cynthia Groff, will present an evening of trumpet and piano duets that will delight every musical taste.
 
FALL CONCERTS
Oct. 18 and 19, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre

Highlighting the Jazz Choir, Chamber Choir and Jazz Band, these concerts feature music in various styles by classical and contemporary composers. From the splendid polyphony of the Renaissance to the swinging rhythms of the Big Band era, this musical cornucopia offered by the Music Arts students will delight listeners.
 
NOON TIME RECITAL SERIES
Nov. 13 and 20, Dec. 4
April 16, 23, 30
Stauffacher Room 67
Free admission—no ticket required

At noon stop by the Music Arts rehearsal room to enjoy a series of casual performances by SFCC’s applied instrumental and vocal students. Performances last 30 to 40 minutes and are open to the public.
 
JINGLE ON THE GREEN
Dec. 5, 6 p.m.
Various locations on Sedalia campus
Free admission—no ticket required

The SFCC Foundation hosts this community holiday event that features performances around the campus by SFCC students plus a number of area schools and community groups. These presentations combined with wonderful seasonal confections and 1,000 luminarias help to spread cheer and get everyone into the holiday spirit. Children can visit with Santa, and holiday craft-making is offered in the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art.
 
HOLIDAY CONCERTS
Dec. 6 and 7, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre

A delightful holiday concert featuring traditional, contemporary and rarely heard music is a “must see,” so be sure to add this event to your plans for the season!
 
SHOW CHOIR INVITATIONAL
Jan. 4, All-day Event
Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center
Admission is $5 at the door for the public, SFCC students and employees; advance tickets are not sold.

Middle school and high school show choirs perform in competition throughout the day, à la Glee. This event serves as the major fundraising event for the Music Arts program. Proceeds benefit both vocal and instrumental activities at SFCC.
 
FACULTY AND FRIENDS RECITAL
Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre
Free admission – no ticket required

What better way to spend Valentine’s evening than in the company of your valentine while being serenaded by beautiful, live music. Various SFCC music faculty and their guests will entertain the audience with compositions in various styles from various eras. Of course, the emphasis will be on love!
 
SPRING CONCERTS
March 13 and 14, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre

March is Music in Our Schools Month, and the SFCC performing ensembles will pull out all the stops in presenting a memorable feast for the ears.
 
MUSICAL RETROSPECT
May 2 and 3, 7:30 p.m.
Stauffacher Theatre

The last concert of the academic year provides SFCC music students a final opportunity to present their talents to the community. Performances will feature the Jazz Choir, Chamber Choir and Jazz Band as they look back on a year of fine music making.
 

♦ For more information about State Fair Community College's Music Arts program such as a description of the various vocal and instrumental ensembles or scholarships, click here.

Supporting Music Arts

Please join us in keeping music arts alive for our students and the community. Contact the SFCC Foundation to make a tax deductible contribution to support the Music Arts program.

Giving Levels

Maestro • $2,500 and above
A private chamber music ensemble performance in your home or business
Two guest passes to the 2014 spring tour (includes transportation and hotel)
An exclusive invitation to a dress rehearsal and tour of facility
Season tickets for four
Recognition in SFCC Foundation publications, performance programs and marketing materials
 Concertmaster • $1,000 - $2,499
A private chamber music ensemble performance in your home or business
An exclusive invitation to a dress rehearsal and tour of facility
Season tickets for four
Recognition in SFCC Foundation publication and performance programs
 Principal • $500 - $999
An exclusive invitation to a dress rehearsal and tour of facility
Season tickets for four
Recognition in SFCC Foundation publications and performance programs
 Director’s Circle • $250 - $499
Season tickets for four
Recognition in SFCC Foundation publications and performance programs
 Performer’s Circle • $100 - $249
Season tickets for four
Recognition in SFCC Foundation publications and performance programs
Sponsor • $50 - $99
Season tickets for two

Recognition in SFCC Foundation publications and performance programs

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