There is no shortage on concerts for LCCC this spring, with events going on from the beginning of April through the end of the semester. The first will be held on April 8, where the performance faculty will perform at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Following that will be the Cantorei pre-tour concert on April 9
Fridays in the Asher, a way to get cheap entertainment for only $5, is mid-way through its spring schedule with five dates remaining starting April 6. A team of volunteers works to book bands “that are really rising and who are really trying to break through in the music industry,” said Mike Morris, the
Laramie County Community College will be hosting concerts in November at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. The first concert will be Duo Brasiliana, a cello and piano duo. The duo will perform at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16. The second concert will be a staff recital held at 3 p.m. on Nov. 19. Both concerts are
Laramie County Community College’s faculty and students will perform a recital on Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. The literature in the recital will be personally handpicked by its performers. According to Beth Kean, a vocal music instructor at LCCC, many performers work on three to 10 pieces and then decide
The LCCC Music Department and the Bank of the West Cultural Events series hosts the Eurasia Piano Trio at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Cheyenne.
Ed Novotny, adjunct guitar instructor, adds the dynamics of being a heavy metal musician and a former student at Laramie County Community College to the music program. Novotny has been working at LCCC since 2011. “I can work with students within a band setting or I can work with students in a choir setting,” Novotny