LMC Visual & Performing Arts students to perform during New Music Concert
Aspiring songwriters and studio technicians will be in the spotlight during the New Music Concert presented by the Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Department at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 31. The free concert featuring LMC performing arts students takes place in the Mendel Center Hanson Theatre on LMC's Benton Harbor Campus, 2755 E. Napier Ave.
Audience members will be treated to original works by students learning composition skills or who are developing skills in sound mixing and recording as members of the Music Production and Technology classes and club activities. Students participating in the event study under the instruction of Music Department Chair and Faculty Dr. Robert Lunn.
For more information about the LMC Visual & Performing Arts department and performances, visit lakemichigancollege.edu/arts, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 269-927-8876.
About the Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Department
The Visual & Performing Arts Department allows students to reach new levels of excellence through classroom instruction and public performance. Many programs, including theatre, instrumental and vocal music, and dance, are based in the Lake Michigan College Mendel Center, the only performing arts center of its kind in southwest Michigan. Here, LMC students have opportunities to study the performing arts in a venue that attracts more than 100,000 patrons annually. Programs including drawing, painting, and graphic design allow students to explore the possibilities in the visual arts.
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 and join two 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 faculty that bring real-world expertise to the classroom.