We expect to produce 2 or 3 concerts during September-October-November 2022. The Fubuki Daiko quartet will perform for the public at Wallace High School Commons at 2:00 pm on Sunday September 25, 2022 Admission details are still being planned but we ask audience to follow the public guidelines in effect at that time.

We expect the Muller-Webb folk duo to perform in Kellogg some October Sunday, but details are not yet completed. This is the March 2020 concert that was cancelled. Our third event is not yet firm enough to publicize, so check back here soon.

The Shoshone County Concert Association (SCCA) has produced and presented musical events in the communities of Kellogg and Wallace since 1942. In 2020 it was necessary to postpone events for more than two years. However, we remain dedicated to bringing quality music and “family-appropriate” concerts to north Idaho’s Silver Valley. Previously concerts have typically been held during late-September to mid-November and late-February to late-April, usually beginning at 2:00 pm on Sunday afternoons. We try to avoid other scheduled Silver Valley entertainment. Our venues are local school gyms/multi-purpose rooms and local churches. This pattern is likely to continue.”

“In 2010 we began to offer “outreach-concerts” to local schools at no charge to the schools. These educational concerts are designed to fit within a typical school period. We expect to resume these school outreaches as we resume our public concerts.”

“We are managed entirely by volunteers. Artist selections are made by the Concert Association’s Board of Directors from rosters from the Northwest Performing Arts Council, artists’ agencies, regional ensembles and soloists, recommendations by individuals, and those musicians applying to SCCA. From these we select ensembles that are within our budget, available on suitable dates, and whose acts can be accommodated within our venues. We strive to present a varied and balanced program each season and from year to year, ranging from classical and country to popular, jazz and beyond, as instrumental, vocal, and dance.”

“We are funded by admission fees, membership fees, individual donations, and generous support from several foundations. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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