The Redmond Community Concert Association (RCCA), about to begin its 33rd year, announces its lineup for the upcoming season and is welcoming new subscribers. The series, which runs from October to April, consists of five performances and covers various genres including Broadway, Zydeco, light classical, a’cappella, and a new holiday show.
The season will begin on October 16 with Shades of Bublé, a talented vocal trio direct from the Broadway stage who will sing arrangements from Michael Bublé’s repertoire.
In early December Two On Tap, also from Broadway, will entertain the audience with a holiday show of song and dance.
In February is Kristina Reiko Cooper, an internationally-acclaimed cellist who will perform both classical and contemporary music along with her pianist and percussionist.
In March an a’cappella group, Women of the World, will perform original and folk music from around the world bringing the message of unity.
The season will end on April 23 with Tom Rigney and Flambeau, a group of five musicians, performing fiery Cajun and Zydeco music along with beautiful ballads and waltzes.
All performances are held on Sundays in the Performing Arts Theatre at Ridgeview High School in Redmond at both 2 and 6:30pm. Although the 2pm shows are already sold out, tickets are available for the 6:30pm concerts which are sold only by season subscription for the reasonable cost of $60 for adults, $25 for students, and $125 for families with children under 21.
Seating is by general admission and tickets are transferable.
“Although we have a large number of subscribers outside of Redmond, it’s surprising to me that many folks in Central Oregon are not familiar with our organization and the high-caliber of music we present at a very affordable cost,” stated Jay Jantzen, RCCA president.
Each year RCCA has over 1,200 subscribers, most of whom renew year after year.