The Northeast Texas Community College Music department is hosting its fall concert on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. The concert, which is free of charge, will feature performances from the choir, individual instruction students, pianists, violinists, guitarists and the NTCC orchestra and will include offerings that range from classical to modern.
The music department presents a concert each semester to highlight what the students have learned. “I always look forward to seeing the handiwork of our students,” Scott Bowman, NTCC choir director and music instructor said. “It will be an evening of surprises.”
The music students started classes the first week of the fall semester and have been working on their material for months. The concert gives them the chance to come together to demonstrate their talents.
“I’m excited to see the overall potential of the NTCC choir program,” Melody Mott, Northeast choir student, said. “The different genres of the music will attract a crowd.”
Over the past few years the fall and spring concerts have offered audiences a variety of musical performances by the Northeast student. The event gives friends and family members the opportunity to enjoy the talented student performances, while also inviting community members out to the campus for a musical experience.
“There will be a great selection of music and the genres are varying,” Bowman said. “There will be something for everyone to enjoy.”