We welcome Silver Valley area residents and their guests to enjoy our live presentations of musical events each fall and spring. Please note the new starting time of 2:00 pm for the 4 Subscription concerts. This new starting time is in response to requests from members and follows the practice of other Silver Valley matinee events.
Glancing at our planned events: On Sunday, October 15, at Wallace HS, Trio Voronezh will bring traditional Russian instruments for a program of popular, classical, gypsy and Russian folk music. On November 5 the Gothard Sisters will give a program of Celtic and American roots music—vocal, instrumental, and clogging—at Kellogg Sr HS. Spring concerts will begin on March 11 with the Coeur d’Alene Big Band at Wallace HS, and on April 22 Two on Tap will be at Kellogg Sr HS. For more information on these artists, see our 2017-18 Season page.
Membership is available to all adults by mail, contact with our volunteers, or at any concert; students are our guests and do not require membership. Full Membership provides admission to 4 subscription concerts and remains $40/adult. “SCCCA Lite” Membership provides admission to your choice of 2 subscription concerts and is $25/adult. Admission at the door remains at $20/adult for a single concert.
Shoshone County Community Concert Association (SCCCA) produces and presents musical events in north Idaho in the communities of Kellogg and Wallace. SCCCA is a 501(c)3 (non-profit) organization which has been dedicated to bringing quality music to north Idaho’s Silver Valley for more than 70 years.
“Family-appropriate” concerts are typically held during late-September to mid-November and late-February to late-April. Venues are school gyms/multi-purpose rooms and small churches. Most concerts begin at 2:00 pm Sunday afternoons.
Audience members are mostly residents of Shoshone County and nearby areas. However, members of other Community Concert Associations are welcomed through reciprocity, a courtesy extended by some Community Concert Associations to one another. We receive information about those offering reciprocity in Idaho, western Montana, Washington, Oregon, and northern California.
SCCCA is managed entirely by volunteers. Artist selections are made by the SCCCA Board of Directors from Nashville-based Live on Stage rosters, rosters from other agencies, regional ensembles and soloists, recommendations by individuals, New York City-based Piatigorsky Foundation musicians, and those musicians applying to SCCCA. SCCCA strives to present a varied and balanced program each season and from year to year, ranging from classical and country to popular, jazz and beyond.
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