Matinee Series

Matinee Series- 4p.m. Friday, HH107

American Voices, August 25, 2017          

Enjoy an afternoon of musical selections taken from the pages of the great American songbook performed by soprano Tammy Campbell and pianist Annette Burkhart.  Works by Copland, Gershwin, Foster and Sondheim will be featured.

La petite brise, A Baroque Chamber Trio, Friday, November 10, 2017

The Early Music trio La petite brise presents a recital of intimate chamber music for the baroque flute, baroque cello and theorbo. The program features music by composers famous for their flute playing, including Jacques-Martin Hotteterre and Johann Joaquim Quantz. In addition, the ensemble performs works by two of the eighteenth century’s great rivals—George Frideric Handel and Giovanni Bononcini. The program includes virtuoso variations, dance suites with movements written as programmatic character sketches as well as formal sonatas, including Bononcini’s famed Sonata for Cello.

Melancholia and Ekstasis: Keyboard works from across the Centuries- February 2, 2018         

Join Dr. Michael Tsalka as he masterfully interprets keyboard masterpieces from every golden age of music. Dr. Tsalka, an internationally renowned pianist, is critically acclaimed for his versatility at the keyboard, having recorded 20 CDs for labels such as NAXOS, Paladino, Brilliant Classics, and many more. He is bringing this talent of versatility to the ECC stage for a moving evening of baroque, classical, romantic, and contemporary works.

Required Reeding: music for clarinet and bassoon- May 4, 2018 

Southeast Missouri State University faculty members Jacqueline Wilson and Gabrielle 4903Baffoni team up with Kelly Austermann and Jennifer Judd of ECC for a performance of woodwind duos and trios.

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Ticket Information

Tickets are required for the Guest Artist Series performances. All other events are open to the public at no charge.

Tickets can be reserved by contacting the Box Office at 636-584-6693 (Monday-Friday 10am-1pm), stopping by the campus in Union or ordering tickets online. The Box Office also opens one hour prior to each ticketed event.

Patrons of the Arts and season pass holders are admitted at no charge, as are East Central College students when presenting a current student ID. Admission is $12 for adults and $8 for children 12 an younger.

Unless otherwise indicated, performances are held in the John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center located on the first floor of Hansen Hall on the East Central College Union campus.