Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Department Announces Fall Lineup of Public Performances

The Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Department has announced its schedule of student and faculty performances for the Fall 2022 semester. All events will be held on the LMC Napier Avenue Campus, 2755 E. Napier Ave., Benton Harbor, unless otherwise noted.

 

Sept. 21           Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration performance, noon, Hawk’s Nest

Oct. 9               Faculty recital featuring Don Savoie, 3 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Oct. 11             Indigenous Peoples Week Celebration performance, noon, Hawk’s Nest

Oct. 15             Fall Choir Concert, 2 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Oct. 21             Student Music Recital, noon, Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Oct. 25             LMC LGBTQ+ Celebration performance, noon, Hawk’s Nest

Oct. 27             In Remembrance: Songs of Nostalgia and Reflection, choir collaboration with Southwestern Michigan College and St. Joseph High School, 7 p.m., St. Joseph High School

Oct. 28             In Remembrance: Songs of Nostalgia and Reflection, choir collaboration with Southwestern Michigan College and St. Joseph High School, 7:30 p.m., Southwestern Michigan College

Nov. 4              Student Music Recital, noon, Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Nov. 16            International Week Celebration performance, noon, Hawk’s Nest

Nov. 17 – 19    Fall play: “Antigonick”, 7 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Nov. 18            Student Music Recital, noon, Deckmann Studio, Mendel Center

Nov. 20            Fall play: “Antigonick”, 3 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Nov. 30            Instrumental Music Concert, 7 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

Dec. 7             Holiday Collage, 7 p.m., Grand Upton Hall, Mendel Center

Dec. 8             Abilities Week Celebration performance, noon, Hawk’s Nest

Dec. 9             Drama Showcase, 7 p.m., Hanson Theatre, Mendel Center

 

About the Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Department
The Visual & Performing Arts department gives students the opportunity to reach new levels of excellence through classroom instruction and public performance. The program is based in The Mendel Center, the only performing arts center of its kind in southwest Michigan. Here, LMC students have the opportunity to study theatre, instrumental and vocal music, dance, drawing, painting, and more in a venue that attracts more than 100,000 patrons annually.

Auditions are held for select ensembles that perform on the same stages as world-renowned touring acts. Students in any major also have opportunities to audition for Broadway musicals and plays, join three different vocal ensembles, string and wind ensembles, a pop-rock ensemble, drumline and jazz band. One of only two colleges in Michigan to carry the prestigious All-Steinway designation, LMC has a team of highly qualified professors that bring real-world expertise to the classroom.

 

For more information:

·         Visit lakemichigancollege.edu/arts

·         Email mmccaffrey@lakemichigancollege.edu

·         Call 269-927-8876.