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Thursday, July 25, 7:30p

WDCB Jazz Series Indonesia-born pianist, composer and bandleader, has been widely regarded as one of the most highly skilled pianists and thoughtful improvisers in jazz. Run Time: (2) 50 minutes sets, 20 min intermission
Lakeside Pavilion Events Bring blankets (no larger than 4’x4’), lawn chairs and a picnic to enjoy. Food, beverage and…

Friday, July 26, 7:30p

A powerhouse of R&B finesse, top-notch voices, and mesmerizing moves for an unforgettable show with their blend of contemporary radio hits and classic Motown music.
Lakeside Pavilion Events Bring blankets (no larger than 4’x4’), lawn chairs and a picnic to enjoy. Food, beverage and bar will be available for purchase at all concerts.…

Friday, Aug. 9, 7:30p

Immerse yourself in the look, feel, and sound of an Elton John concert. Get ready for a high-energy show that will have you singing along to a fabulous catalog of music. Run Time: (2) 50 minutes sets, 20 min intermission
Lakeside Pavilion Events Bring blankets (no larger than 4’x4’), lawn chairs and a…

Sep. 5 – Oct. 6 | Thur. - Sat. 7:30p, Sun. 3p

Thoroughly non-partisan laugh fest is just what you need. by Paul Slade Smith Directed by Kurt Naebig A timely and hilarious mock-up of modern American politics. Ned Newley is the worst candidate to ever run for office…he has no political instincts and a fear of public speaking. While Ned seems destined to fail, his political…

Saturday, Sep. 7, 7:30p

PROUD TINA: The Ultimate Tribute to Tina Turner Pre-Show Season Kick-Off Party 6:30p, FREE Who better to kick off Simply the Best season than the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll?! Get the electrifying concert experience of Tina Turner in this energetic stage production from the company that brought you the Whitney Houston tribute The Greatest…

Saturday, Sep. 14, 7:30p

Paula Poundstone Recognized on Comedy Central’s list as one of the 100 Best Standup Comics of All Time, iconic comedian Paula Poundstone returns to the MAC! With her smart, observational humor and spontaneous interaction with a crowd that has become the stuff of legend, you don’t want to miss her iconic blend of wit and…

Sunday, Sep. 15 | 4p

Director Matt Shevitz The DuPage Community Jazz Ensemble performs programs throughout the academic year as well as numerous off‐campus performances. The ensemble has accompanied guest artists such as Melissa Aldana, Wycliffe Gordon, Ignacio Berroa, Carl Allen, Dee Alexander, Fareed Haque, Jens Lindemann, Victor Garcia, and Mark Colby, is a frequent presence at the Elmhurst University…

Saturday, Sep. 28, 7:30p

Malevo Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month as MALEVO returns to captivate audiences once more! After getting the Golden Buzzer on America’s Got Talent and sharing the stage with Ricky Martin and Cirque du Soleil, MALEVO is ready to take the MAC stage by storm once again. If you like STOMP!, RIVERDANCE or DRUM TAO you will…

Sunday, Sep. 29, 3p

Capitol Fools The head writer, music director and all-star cast members from the former Capitol Steps join forces to unite the country one laugh at a time. With their hilarious musical political satire, the Capitol Fools are equal opportunity offenders that provide hilarious entertainment both parties can agree on. May contain adult themes and language.…

Oct 3 – 20 | Thu-Sat at 8p, Sun at 3p

The Mousetrap By Agatha Christie Directed by Daniel Millhouse As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a remote countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the…

Saturday, Oct. 5, 7:30p & Sunday, Oct. 6, 3p

Ravel Piano Concerto in G Major Mahler Symphony No. 1 Guest Artist: Winston Choi, Piano Kirk Muspratt, Music Director & Conductor Ravel’s Piano Concerto is considered a colorful tour-de-force composed with the influences of spirituals and jazz. Our piano-cam makes every seat an up-close view of the mesmerizing piano mastery of Chicago’s virtuoso Winston Choi.…

Saturday, Oct. 12, 7:30p

Ballet Folklorico Quetzalcoatl This dazzling Mexican folk dance troupe delights audiences with their eye-popping costumes, thrilling dance numbers and beautiful music. Celebrating the rich and vibrant Mexican culture with a performance that is a visual history lesson, this group has been entertaining, inspiring and electrifying audiences for 41 years. Run Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes…

Monday, Oct. 14 | 7:30p

Director Mark A. Taylor DuPage Community Concert Band exists to embrace and express all of the beauty and glory we can share through playing great music. Concerts feature music that entertains the audience, while stimulating the performer in a manner consistent with the representation and growth of the college and community band. Rehearsal for the…

Wednesday, Oct. 16 | 7:30p

COD students present an evening of music featuring a wide range of works. Concert features string and wind players, percussionists, jazz musicians, and singers with enthusiasm and creativity. For all of these groups, this concert represents the first public performance of the semester. Featuring five COD music department ensembles: Chamber Orchestra, Director Mark Liu Chamber Singers, Director Patrick O’Shea…

Friday, Oct. 18, 7:30p

Scott Keo – The #1 Michael Bublé Tribute Worldwide Celebrate Sweetest Day with Scott Keo's captivating tribute to Michael Bublé! Keo effortlessly brings Bublé’s music to life with his velvet voice, showmanship and charisma. As described by Las Vegas’ Legends in Concert producer, "He just has that something special in his energy, his vocal tonality,…

Friday, Oct. 25 | 7:30p

Join us for Catalyst Fall Dance Concert featuring choreography and performances by College of DuPage students and faculty, and guests artists from the Chicagoland area. This is an evening of dance and film that will excite and inspire audience of all ages. The College of DuPage Dance Program encompasses a curriculum that stresses discipline, endurance…

Saturday, Oct. 26, 7:30p

Electric Avenue: The 80s MTV Experience Performing on the MAC stage for the first time, get ready for a high energy concert as Electric Avenue recreates every nuance and flavor of your favorite ‘80s songs. Delivering the full concert experience where your favorite ‘80s hits come to life, don’t miss your chance to experience all…

Friday, Nov. 1, 7:30p, Saturday, Nov. 2, 7:30p & Sunday, Nov, 3, 3p

Celebrate the music of iconic composer John Williams as New Philharmonic brings to life some of his most legendary film scores. Due to last year sold-out concerts, we are doing more of your favorite composer with new pieces and Oscar-winning favorites. Experience the awe and excitement of cinema’s greatest composer! Includes pieces from the following…

Saturday, Nov. 9, 7:30p & Sunday, Nov. 10, 3p

A Conversation with Kathryn Grody & Mandy Patinkin Moderated by Their Son, Gideon Grody-Patinkin She is an award-winning actress and writer. He is a star of TV, stage and film. Together they share hilarious nuggets of their "uninterrupted togetherness," entertaining millions during the COVID shutdown. A Conversation with Mandy Patinkin & Kathryn Grody is a live…

Nov. 14 – Dec. 15 | Thur. - Sat. 7:30p, Sun. 3p

A charming companion piece to last year’s Miss Bennet! by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon Directed by Connie Canaday Howard The Wickhams brings a new holiday tale with romance, intrigue and celebration. As the events of Miss Bennet unfold upstairs at Pemberley, during the same celebration the servants below find themselves in the midst of…

Friday, Nov. 22, 7p | Saturday, Nov. 23 & Sunday, Nov. 24, 2p & 5p

College of DuPage Theater Presents: Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Adapted by William J. Norris Directed by Amelia Barrett Adapted for the College Theater department in a family-friendly 70-minute show by William J. Norris, Charles Dickens’ treasured tale of Ebenezer Scrooge is brought to life by a high-spirited cast of 50 local…

Monday, Nov. 25, 10a

by Charles Dickens Adapted by William J. Norris Directed by Amelia Barrett Grades: K – 8th Join us for Ebeneezer Scrooge’s chance to redeem himself and his future, with the help of Christmas Past, Present and Future. A timeless story of everyone’s ability to change and to forgive with an appeal for all ages. Produced…

Tuesday, Nov 26 | 7:30p

Director Matt Shevitz Come listen to students perform songs from a wide range of genres including funk, punk, jazz, soul, and Afro-Cuban music! The performance space is turned into a nightclub complete with refreshments and cafe tables. Performance features a variety of types of jazz, ranging from classic to contemporary, instrumental as well as vocal. About…

Sunday, Dec. 1, 3p & 6p

The Second City: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Sweater Kick-off the holiday season with The Second City! Join us in this fast-paced, interactive comedy revue stuffed with seasonal songs, sketches, and of course, a generous helping of The Second City’s world-famous improv comedy. Festive family gatherings, classic holiday movies...nothing is off limits! May…

Monday, Dec. 2 | 7:30p

Director Mark A. Taylor DuPage Community Concert Band exists to embrace and express all of the beauty and glory we can share through playing great music. Concerts feature music that entertains the audience, while stimulating the performer in a manner consistent with the representation and growth of the college and community band. Rehearsal for the…

Tuesday, Dec. 3 | 7:30p

Chamber Orchestra is a mixed group of instrumentalists consisting of student and community members and is open to all from high school to adult ages. The ensemble performs both traditional literature for small orchestra/chamber music from the 1600s through the 20th century as well as less traditional chamber orchestra styles such as jazz, contemporary classical,…

Wednesday, Dec. 4 | 7:30p

Director Ben Wahlund Come experience an exciting and eclectic mix of world drumming, pop arrangements, original compositions for percussion ensemble, and classics from the minimalist schools. Please join us for a raucous, good time! About the Ensemble: Percussion Ensemble is a chamber ensemble that studies and performs repertoire written specifically for the percussion family as well…

Thursday, Dec. 5 | 11a

Director Steve Ramsdell Come hear the Guitar Ensemble and experience a lively mix of blues, jazz, funk and even classical arranged for a variety of guitarists! About the Ensemble: Guitar Ensemble features acoustic and electric guitars performing 20th century American music. No audition necessary. About the Director: Chicago-based guitarist Steve Ramsdell performs commercial music, jazz classics, solo…

Thursday, Dec. 5 | 7:30p

Director Patrick O’Shae Chamber Singers specialize in vocal chamber music of all periods with particular emphasis on Renaissance madrigal and motets, music of the 20th century, and the music of many cultures. Contemporary music includes major composers, avant-garde music and arrangements of folk, ethnic and popular music. This select ensemble includes voice majors, other music…

Friday, Dec. 6 | 7:30p

DuPage Community Jazz Ensemble Director Matt Shevitz The DuPage Community Jazz Ensemble performs programs throughout the academic year as well as numerous off‐campus performances. The ensemble has accompanied guest artists such as Melissa Aldana, Wycliffe Gordon, Ignacio Berroa, Carl Allen, Dee Alexander, Fareed Haque, Jens Lindemann, Victor Garcia, and Mark Colby, is a frequent presence at…

Saturday, Dec. 7, 7:30p

The Four Phantoms in Concert An extravagant celebration of the iconic Broad­way musical and more, The Four Phantoms in Concert brings together an extraordinary quartet of Phantoms from The Phantom of the Opera - Brent Barrett, John Cudia, Franc D’Ambrosio, and Ciarán Sheehan under the music supervision of two-time Grammy Award-winner David Caddick. The Four…

Sunday, Dec. 8 | 7:30p

Patrick O’Shea, Director DuPage Chorale is a large community chorus based at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. There is no audition for DuPage Chorale membership. Adult singers of all voice types and ages are welcome.  Members come from all western suburban locations. For more information, contact Director Patrick O’Shea at osheap709@cod.edu or 630-942-2552. About…

Saturday, Dec. 14 & Sunday, Dec. 15, 1p & 5p

Salt Creek Ballet: The Nutcracker The MAC welcomes back Salt Creek Ballet with a roster of guest artists to perform the holiday tradition: Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.” This magical full-scale production features live accompaniment from New Philharmonic – a rare opportunity to see this magnificent ballet set with a live orchestra, amazing magical effects, and scenery.…

Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1:30p, 5:00p & 8:30p

A SALUTE TO VIENNA’S NEW YEAR’S EVE Ring in 2025 with Maestro Muspratt as he conducts a fun and exciting New Year’s Eve pops concert featuring a variety of light classics, Strauss waltzes, arias, guest singer, champagne with surprises! A joyous night of reflecting back while looking ahead together through the music of New Philharmonic.…

Thursday, Jan. 16, 9:45 & 11:30a

Good Night Moon and the Runaway Bunny Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia by Margaret Wise Brown Grades Pre-K through 2nd Goodnight Moon is a celebration of familiar nighttime rituals, while The Runaway Bunny’s pretend tale of leaving home evokes reassuring responses from his loving mum. Both stories feature endearing animal puppets, stunning scenic effects, and…

Saturday, Jan. 25, 7:30p & Sunday, Jan. 26, 3p

Concert Opera A romantic comedy opera by Donizetti about a young villager who seeks a love potion from a traveling quack doctor to win the heart of the town's wealthy owner. The opera is sung in Italian with English subtitles. Elixir is opera’s most heartwarming comedy, filled with delectable music that brings nonstop smiles. Adina…

Jan. 30 – Mar. 2 | Thur. - Sat. 7:30p, Sun. 3p

A comedy about neighbors crossing boundaries and mending fences. By Karen Zacarias Directed by Steve Scott Pablo, a high-powered lawyer, and his very pregnant wife, doctoral candidate Tania, have purchased their first home, which is next door to community stalwarts Virginia and Frank. Soon a disagreement over a long-standing fence line derails Pablo and Tania’s…

Sunday, Feb. 2, 3p

MOMIX: Alice Seamlessly blending illusion, acrobatics, magic and whimsy, MOMIX sends audiences flying down the rabbit hole in Moses Pendleton's newest creation, "Alice," inspired by Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice in Wonderland." Join this dazzling company on a mind-bending adventure as Alice encounters time-honored characters. Runtime: 90 minutes, no intermission
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Saturday, Feb. 15, 5p & 8p

The Best of The Second City The Second City has been laughing at love and its infinite scroll of side effects for decades. In the world-famous comedy company’s latest show features sketch comedy, songs, and improvisation from the Second City's comedy vaults. The show is updated for the modern era and includes some of Second City's newest classics.…

Friday, Feb. 16, 4p

Michael Feinstein in Because of You: My Tribute to Tony Bennett The incomparable Michael Feinstein pays a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Tony Bennett. The performance features hits such as "Because of You," "Rags to Riches," "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," "The Best is Yet to Come," "I Get a Kick Out of You,"…

Friday, Feb. 21, 7:30p

The Barricade Boys The Barricade Boys are back! The stars of London’s West End put on a show filled with powerhouse vocals, slick dance routines and an incredible array of music. From the emotion of Les Misérables to the raw energy of West Side Story, these phenomenal artists take you on a journey which includes…

Sunday, Feb. 23, 7p

YAMATO - The Drummers of Japan 人の力 “Hito no Chikara” – The Power of Human Strength Passion meets tradition in a show that drums up the spirit of Japan. The captivating YAMATO drummers perform a powerhouse program with more than 40 Taiko drums, all with different characters and sizes including their largest drum, two meters…

Tuesday, Feb. 25, 9:45a & 11:30a

Ada Twist, Scientist & Friends Theaterworks USA Grades: K – 4th Ms. Greer's classroom includes three inquisitive out-of-the-box thinkers. Rosie Revere has big dreams. Iggy Peck has a relentless passion for architecture. And Ada Twist's curiosity leads her to solve any problem. This fun musical based on the books Rosie Revere, Engineer; Iggy Peck, Architect;…

Saturday, March 1, 7:30p

The High Kings & Mary Black Dublin legends The High Kings return to the MAC with guest artist Irish Folk singer, Mary Black! Known worldwide as the preeminent voice of Irish folk music and renowned for their captivating harmonies and timeless melodies, The High Kings remain firmly rooted in Irish tradition and classic folk music.…

Monday, March 3, 9:45a & 11:30a

Look Both Ways: A Tale Told in Ten Blocks Kennedy Center Presents Grades: 5th – 8th Based on the award-winning book by Jason Reynolds, Look Both Ways presents 10 tales of what happens after the dismissal bell rings. These vignettes explore themes of identity, compassion, fear, and friendship—as told through puppetry, dance, music, projections, audience…

Mar 6 – 23 | Thu-Sat at 8p, Sun at 3p

It’s Only a Play By Terrence McNally Directed by Daniel Millhouse It’s opening night of The Golden Egg on Broadway. Playwright Peter Austin anxiously awaits to see if his new show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big night with his best friend, a television star, a wealthy/novice producer,…

Saturday, Mar. 8, 7:30p

Rhythm of the Dance Direct from Ireland and seen by 7 million people worldwide! Coming off the heels of their 25th anniversary, don’t miss one of the most popular Irish step dance shows in the world. Rhythm of the Dance returns to the MAC with World and Irish champion dancers, and the finest Traditional musicians. Through this…

Sunday, Mar. 9, 4p

Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Asking for Trouble Get ready for an evening of sidesplitting laughter as Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, the dynamic duo from TV's "Whose Line is it Anyway?," take the stage in an uproarious live show. Armed with their lightning-fast wits, Mochrie & Sherwood transform the audience’s suggestions into an unpredictable…

Monday, March 10, 9:45a & 11:30a

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical! TheaterWorksUSA Grades: PreK – 2nd It's not easy being the Pigeon – you never get to do ANYTHING! But when the Bus Driver has a crisis that threatens to make her passengers (gasp!) late, maybe that wily bird CAN do something. Featuring an innovative mix of…

Sunday, Mar. 16, 3p

John Waters: A Live Director's Screening & Commentary of Hairspray Join us for an unforgettable afternoon with iconic director and writer John Waters! Waters will present his 1988 cult-classic and provide commentary during the screening, sharing memories of making the film in Baltimore and the true events that inspired it. Don't miss this rare opportunity…

Monday, Mar. 17 | 7:30p

Director Mark A. Taylor DuPage Community Concert Band exists to embrace and express all of the beauty and glory we can share through playing great music. Concerts feature entertaining music for audiences, as well as stimulating the performer that is consistent with the representation and growth of the college and community band. Rehearsal for the…

Wednesday, Mar. 19 | 7:30p

COD students present an evening of music featuring a wide range of works. Concert features string and wind players, percussionists, jazz musicians, and singers with enthusiasm and creativity. For all of these groups, this concert represents the first public performance of the semester. Featuring five COD music department ensembles: Chamber Orchestra, Director Mark Liu Chamber Singers, Director Patrick O’Shea…

Apr 10-19 | Thu-Sat at 8p, Sun at 3p

Our Town By Thornton Wilder Directed by Amelia Barrett Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Our Town examines life in a small fictional town of Grover’s Corners in three acts and follows the relationship of George and Emily, a young couple in love. It is the story of their lives together intertwined with the town and its people.…

Saturday, April 12, 7:30p & Sunday, April 13, 3p

Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony is an intensely emotional journey and at times a battle with fate. Considered one of the most beloved symphonies of all time. Butterfly Lovers Concerto is an orchestral adaptation of a Chinese legend that tells the story of two lovers, who are separated by fate but are not…

Saturday, Apr. 19, 7:30p

The Doo Woo Project – New Show! The supergroup of Broadway stars is back with a new show! Starring five charismatic leading men from Broadway hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical, Beautiful and A Bronx Tale, this exciting new show features fresh renditions of classic Doo Wop hits as well as “doowopified” versions of contemporary…

Saturday, Apr. 26, 7:30p

The Greatest Piano Men This electrifying production celebrates the world’s greatest piano icons and showmen in music history – from Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Ray Charles to Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Billy Joel. The show features storytelling, video, backup singers, a great band, and 25 hit songs including “Good Golly Miss Molly,"…

Sunday, Apr. 27, 4p

Black Violin For nearly two decades, Black Violin has been merging string arrangements with modern beats and vocals. Join us as the two-time Grammy nominated duo, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoke a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. Run Time: 1hr 30 minutes, no intermission…

Monday, April 28, 11a

Black Violin Grades: K – 8th Two-time Grammy-nominated Black Violin is an innovative fusion of classical sounds and hip-hop beats. This groundbreaking duo features Kev Marcus on violin and Wil Baptiste on viola and vocals who combine their classical training and hiphop influences to create a distinctive sound described as “classical boom.” They have boldly…

Friday, May 2 | 7:30p

Join us for the Emergence Dance Concert featuring works by College of DuPage students and faculty. This is an evening of dance and film that will excite and inspire audience of all ages. The College of DuPage Dance Program encompasses a curriculum that stresses discipline, endurance and awareness of body mechanics creating a versatile, multi-faceted…

Saturday, May 3, 7:30p & Sunday, May 4, 3p

iLUMINATE Selling out their MAC debut more than 6 months in advance, iLuminate returns better than ever! Named the “Best New Act in America” by America’s Got Talent, this mind-blowing fusion of technology and dance is performed in electrified, glow-in-the-dark suits. Don’t miss this awe-inspiring, multi-sensory stage spectacular direct from Las Vegas! Great for the whole family. Run Time:…

Friday, May 9 | 7:30p

Director Matt Shevitz The DuPage Community Jazz Ensemble performs programs throughout the academic year as well as numerous off‐campus performances. The ensemble has accompanied guest artists such as Melissa Aldana, Wycliffe Gordon, Ignacio Berroa, Carl Allen, Dee Alexander, Fareed Haque, Jens Lindemann, Victor Garcia, and Mark Colby, is a frequent presence at the Elmhurst University…

Sunday, May 11 | 7:30p

Patrick O’Shea, Director DuPage Chorale is a large community chorus based at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. There is no audition for DuPage Chorale membership. Adult singers of all voice types and ages are welcome.  Members come from all western suburban locations. For more information, contact Director Patrick O’Shea at osheap709@cod.edu or at 630-942-2552. About…

Monday, May 12 | 7:30p

Director Mark A. Taylor DuPage Community Concert Band exists to embrace and express all of the beauty and glory we can share through playing great music. Concerts feature entertaining music for audiences, as well as stimulating the performer that is consistent with the representation and growth of the college and community band. Rehearsal for the…

Tuesday, May 13 | 7:30p

Come experience an exciting and eclectic mix of world drumming, pop arrangements, original compositions for percussion ensemble, and classics from the minimalist schools. Please join us for a raucous, good time! About the Ensemble: Percussion Ensemble is a chamber ensemble that studies and performs repertoire written specifically for the percussion family as well as transcriptions adaptable…

Wednesday, May 14 | 7:30p

Chamber Orchestra is a mixed group of instrumentalists consisting of student and community members and is open to all from high school to adult ages. The ensemble performs both traditional literature for small orchestra/chamber music from the 1600s through the 20th century as well as less traditional chamber orchestra styles such as jazz, contemporary classical,…

Thursday, May 15 | 11a

Director Steve Ramsdell Come hear the Guitar Ensemble and experience a lively mix of blues, jazz, funk and even classical arranged for a variety of guitarists! About the Ensemble: Guitar Ensemble features acoustic and electric guitars performing 20th century American music. No audition necessary. About the Director: Chicago-based guitarist Steve Ramsdell performs commercial music, jazz classics, solo…

Thursday, May 15 | 7:30p

Director Patrick O'Shea Chamber Singers specialize in vocal chamber music of all periods with particular emphasis on Renaissance madrigal and motets, music of the 20th century, and the music of many cultures. Contemporary music includes major composers, avant-garde music and arrangements of folk, ethnic and popular music. This select ensemble includes voice majors, other music…

Friday, May 16 | 7:30p

Performance features a variety of types of jazz, ranging from classic to contemporary, instrumental as well as vocal. About the Ensemble: Jazz/Pop Combos provide students with the opportunity to transcribe, compose, rehearse, and perform repertoire of their choosing. Students work with the instructor to develop materials and learn effective rehearsal strategies. Any genre of music welcomed.…

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