WCCA Announces 2024-2025 Subscription Campaign


Waynesboro Community Concert Association kicks off the subscription campaign for its 87th season, “Shining Moments”. WCCA has been bringing quality musical entertainment to Waynesboro since 1936. To celebrate, WCCA offers five unique concerts for the 2024-2025 season.

The concerts are:

Bachelors of Broadway, Sept 22, 2024 – Three male vocalists perform classics from the Golden Age of Broadway from contemporary and classic musicals including Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Hamilton, and more ;

MusiKaravan, Oct. 20, 2024 – When the Covid-19 pandemic’s closed music venues, two violinists and a cellist spent 6 months in their 1971 VW bus to bring favorite classical music to those “working hard to feed us physically and emotionally” as a thank you;

Forever Simon and Garfunkel, Nov. 10, 2024 – This is a journey through the history of the duo from their teenage roots to global hit-makers with songs “The Sound of Silence, Bridge of Troubled Waters”, and “Mrs Robinson” ;

Kate Voss and the Hot Sauce, Nov. 24, 2025 – This multi-genre group performs everything from Blues to Rockabilly to Western Swing; from Brenda Lee and Nancy Sinatra to Buddy Holly and Ray Charles.

Frederick Moyer and the Fred Moyer Jazz Trio, April 6, 2025 – Frederick Moyer, a concert pianist, and his Jazz Trio bring their unique interpretations of the Great American Songbook.

Subscriptions remain at $50 for the season and includes admission to concerts hosted by Gettysburg, PA and Hagerstown, MD community concert associations. New subscribers will receive tickets to the remaining concerts of the current season.

The remaining concerts are on April 14 and May 5, 2024. April 14 features Real Deal Country with Katie Deal. It is also the First Responder and Educator Appreciation concert to which they are invited to attend for free. The final concert, on May 5, features The Dallas Brass, one of America’s foremost musical ensembles.

Subscriptions and individual concert tickets for $25 are available online at www.waynesboropaconcerts.org or at the door. Students from kindergarten through high school are invited to attend for free. Those in K-8 grade must be accompanied by a paying adult.

All concerts are held on Sunday afternoons at 3 PM in the Waynesboro Area Senior High Oyer Auditorium on East Second St., Waynesboro, PA. Masks are optional.

WCCA awards a Joseph Bowers Scholarship and the Kowallis Family Scholarship each spring to a graduating WASH student(s) who will pursue further music study in college.

For more information see the website or call 717-609-6853.

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