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With a season this diverse, it's no wonder we're saying there's
Something for Everyone! Join us at an upcoming event!

Saturday, September 12 at 7:00 pm

VOICE RECITAL

Harry Cecil, baritone with Emily Parker, piano

The recital will feature the solo performance of Mineral Area College’s
Director of Choirs, Mr. Harry Cecil, with esteemed pianist, Ms. Emily Parker, owner of The Arcadian Academy of Music and MAC staff accompanist. Formatted to follow the structure of a traditional collegiate music recital, this performance will be as educational as it is entertaining. Song selections will cover many historical periods and multiple languages, including German Lieder from Johannes Brahms and the famous “Erlkönig” by Franz Schubert. Also included in this program are two song cycles, featuring a French chanson set by Maurice Ravel. One of the highlights of the concert will be an aria written by George Frideric Handel, accompanied by string musicians from the award-winning Rosewood Ensemble of St. Louis.

First Baptist Church, Farmington

210 N. A Street

Tickets: $10 Adults and $5 Students

Available at Eventbrite.com or at the MAC Bookstore

Or purchase a season ticket!

Monday, October 12 at 7:00 pm

ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

An ensemble performs in a FREE community concert. Due to limited seating, a free ticket must be picked up at the MAC Bookstore, beginning in mid-September.

MAC Fine Arts Theatre

5270 Flat River Rd, Park Hills

Free ticket required, available at MAC Bookstore, mid-September

Thursday, October 29 at 6:00 pm

1904 WORLD'S FAIR: A CHILD'S EYE VIEW

Storyteller Annette Harrison joins us for a FREE family-friendly event.

MAC C.H. Cozean Library

5270 Flat River Rd, Park Hills

Free event! No ticket required.

Friday, January 22 at 7:00 pm

ZYDECO DANCEHALL CONCERT

Cajun-themed music by the Boudin Brothers. Come learn to dance with instruction by Dancin' Donna, or just sit back and enjoy the show!

Alexander's at the Factory

200 W 1st St, Farmington

Tickets: $10 Adults and $5 Students

Available in December

Or make it easy, purchase a season ticket!

Thursday, February 11 at 7:00 pm

THE WORLD FAMOUS

GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA

Return to the golden age of big band at this performance by this legendary performance group.

Centene Center

2 Black Knight Dr, Farmington

Tickets: $17.50

Available in December

Or make it easy, purchase a season ticket!

Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 pm

BROADWAY'S NEXT H!T MUSICAL

Straight from New York City, this improvised musical theater event promises to be an evening filled with fun!

Centene Center

2 Black Knight Dr, Farmington

Tickets: $17.50

Available in February

Or make it easy, purchase a season ticket!

Saturday, April 23, 10 am-1pm

17th Annual

K-12 STUDENT ART SHOW

Support our local student artists and teachers at our annual exhibit.

MAC Robert Sechrest Field House

5270 Flat River Rd, Park Hills

Free event! No ticket required.


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Financial assistance for our season
has been provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.

www.missouriartscouncil.org

 

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We'd love to hear from you!

Have you seen a great show
or have a suggestion on programming?

Let us know your thoughts on the types of events
that you'd like us to bring to our community.

Contact Danielle Basler, (573) 518-2125

or dbasler@MineralArea.edu

 

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The

Mineral Area Council on the Arts

Story

Mineral Area Council on the Arts (MACOA) is an organization
of volunteers dedicated to providing quality professional arts programming
to local venues at an affordable price. The MACOA office is located
on the campus of Mineral Area College. The Council is a not-for-profit organization governed by a board representing several area communities.

Founded in the 1980s by a steering committee developed by
former Mineral Area College President Dr. Dixie Kohn, MACOA presents
an annual performance series which includes a variety of artistic genres. 
Past performances have included the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra,
a classic film festival, Shakespeare in the Parkland,
the Fabulous Motown Revue, French Creole fiddler Dennis Stroughmatt,

Celebrate Local Authors, and a variety of lectures, exhibits,
concerts and plays featuring national and local artists and performers.

MACOA awards an annual Fine Arts scholarship to a Mineral Area College student. Applications are available in the Mineral Area College Financial
Aid Office. The Council also hosts the popular K-12 Student Art Show,
with 1378 pieces of local student artwork exhibited in 2014,

and brings children's programs to Parkland schools.

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For information, please use our contact information below. 
We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Danielle Basler

Executive Director
Mineral Area Council on the Arts
Fine Arts Building, Room 134
Phone: 573-518-2125

Email: dbasler@MineralArea.edu