Season sponsored by

Yankee Air Museum
  • Thursday
    June 16

    Something for Everyone
    WCC Morris Lawrence Atrium  |  7:30 PM

    The opening concert for our 2016 summer season offers something for everyone—from classics to modern tunes. Featuring guest trumpet soloist FORREST FLESHER (2016 WCCBand Concerto Competition runner-up).

  • Thursday
    July 7

    Perfect Patriotic Pies
    WCC Morris Lawrence Atrium  |  7:300 PM

    Our annual pie social will be accompanied by patriotic tunes, marches, and the Pie in the Face Polka. Don't miss this delicious event with guest conductor JERRY BILIK.

  • Thursday
    July 28

    Hollywood Blockbusters
    WCC Towsley Auditorium  |  7:30 PM

    Enjoy an evening of popular themes from the big screen that you know and love.

Past 2015–2016 SEASON CONCERTS

Musical Portraits
  • Friday
    OCT 30

    Portraits of Costumed Crime Fighters (Halloween Concert)
    Towsley Auditorium at WCC  |  7:30 PM

    The band plays in costume for this Halloween concert featuring themes of masked men, super heroes, and crime fighters from John Williams, Henry Mancini, Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, and more. Don your costume and enjoy a children's costume parade with prizes.

  • Tuesday
    DEC 15

    Holiday Portraits
    Towsley Auditorium at WCC  |  7:30 PM

    The sounds of Tchaikovsky, Sousa, James Curnow, Leroy Anderson, and many traditions paint a musical portrait of the season, including a holiday sing-along.

  • Thursday
    MAR 3

    Presidential Portraits
    Towsley Auditorium at WCC  |  7:30 PM

    This patriotic concert envisions past presidents through marches, hymns, tributes, and remembrances, and features a Civil War musical reenactment Gettysburg: The Third Day.

  • vist our Sousa Concert page for full details
  • Sunday
    May 22

    A Portrait of Sousa
    The Michigan Theater  |  2:00 PM

    Let this unique musical experience transport you back to the famed concerts of The March King as we relive Sousa's 1897 visit to Ann Arbor. The character of John Philip Sousa conducts an afternoon of marches, classical pieces, and popular music of the day featuring guest vocal and instrumental soloists. Join us for this musical extravaganza showcasing the work of Sousa, the great classical composers, and many popular composers of the 19th century.

    A Portrait of Sousa is supported by MCACA Logo