The 2017-18 music schedule includes eight performances in the Guest Artist Series, concerts by ECC Ensembles, community events, an extensive matinee and lecture series and student recitals at the end of each semester.
Consisting of two jazz and two classical musicians, The 442’s are an acoustic instrumental group exploring the boundaries of jazz, classical, folk, and rock music. Joining them is renowned St. Louis vocalist, Erin Bode, with her bell-like voice. Don’t miss this unique collaboration combining outstanding musicianship, group singing, and inventive improvisation, in a performance of innovative and inspired music.
Hailed for their outstanding musicianship, the Arianna String Quartet has firmly established itself as one of America’s finest chamber ensembles. Garnering national attention, the ASQ is now world-renowned– performing, collaborating, teaching, and recording in this country and abroad.
Come see, “how technical excellence, in alliance with imagination and the human heart, can come to create something truly transcendent.” – Fanfare Magazine
The FBBB takes classic New Orleans brass tunes and gives them a twist, in the style of Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Rebirth and Bonerama. But don’t be surprised if you also hear some Motown, Southern rock, Memphis soul, Chicago blues and St. Louis R&B in the mix. The band has been voted Best Funk/Soul Band by the Riverfront Times Music Awards for four of the past five years.
The Saint Louis Wind Symphony is the premier wind ensemble in the St. Louis area, dedicated to the quality performance of the finest literature for wind groups of all sizes. Concerts each year draw hundreds of listeners to a variety of venues and include compositions from classic and contemporary wind band composers. No matter what your favorite genre, join us for a musical selection that is sure to please.
Join us as ECC’s outstanding music faculty perform a recital, sure to please any set of ears. We are blessed with a staff of acclaimed musicians who have performed internationally, are teaching faculty at major universities, and have collaborated with many other leading artists of their field. They will perform compositions spanning a wide variety of origin and interpretation, making for the most delightful of performances.
Come hear St. Louis Symphony Concertmaster David Halen and acclaimed SLSO Cellist Björn Ranheim for an evening of pristine chamber music, joined by pianist Jennifer Judd. Each musician boasts a robust solo career, and their passion for chamber music has amazed audiences all over the world. We invite all to witness their enchanting artistry on the ECC stage.
From deep lows to dazzling highs, fiery passion to silly slapstick, come hear Bass Timothy Schmidt, Tenor Christopher Goeke, Contralto Leslie Jones, and Soprano Lori Shaffer perform the best of songs, arias, and musical theatre favorites in this concert highlighting the full range of voice from faculty members at Southeast Missouri State University – it’s the Full Spectrum!
What do you get when you combine a St. Louis jazz legend and a rising jazz recording artist? An enchanting evening of jazz by Ronald Carter and the Bryan Carter Trio. But this is not just any evening of jazz – this is an opportunity to experience a dynamic father/son duo performing the music they love best, as only those who have played with the jazz greats can. Rediscover the rich tradition and heritage St. Louis has fostered, as these musicians share their passion for jazz.