Soundscapes combines musical talent
By Hannah Anderson
Combining many musical talents into just one event, Soundscapes is coming up at LCC.
This event will take place at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 16 in Dart Auditorium. Admission is free but donations will be accepted.
Soundscapes will include a wide variety of musical performances by various groups such as the faculty jazz quartet, the concert choir, experimental music ensemble, rock band and more. There will also be performances from the staff, which include jazz, piano and vocal music.
Kelly Stuible-Clark, the artistic director of Soundscapes and director of the concert choir, said the show is made up of both LCC students and community members and will run about 90 minutes.
“It’s a great opportunity to not only hear what kind of music LCC is working on, but also to introduce audiences to music outside of their normal listening experiences,” Stuible-Clark said.
For those who may be interested in one day being a part of either Soundscapes or just the music program in general, Stuible-Clark said all LCC ensembles are available to all, regardless of whether or not they major in music.
Many do not require auditions and can be taken as non-credit community enrollment courses, she explained.
“Music and the arts are such an important part of learning and cultural exposure,” Stuible-Clark said. “If you were involved in music in high school and would like to keep it up please come talk to us at the music department. … We’d love to have you join us in one of our groups.”
For more information, call Performing Arts Production Coordinator Melissa Kaplan at (517) 483-1488.