Performing Arts

MCC Holiday Concert

The Muskegon Community College Holiday Concert, featuring MCC Wind and Jazz Ensembles, MCC String Quartet, and College Singers, will be held at Orchard View High School Auditorium on Friday, December 2, 7:00 p.m.

Holiday Concert Program

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MCC Music and Choral Groups

College Singers: The College’s full soprano, alto, tenor, and bass (SATB) chorus features MCC students and community members performing a wide variety of the choral repertoire. The Singers are under the Direction of Nicholas Palmer.

Collegiates: An audition-based select SATB vocal group, the Collegiates perform a wide range of musical genres from the 17th century to modern contemporary works for small vocal ensemble. The Collegiates are under the direction of Nicholas Palmer.

MCC Wind Ensemble: Conducted by Daniel M. Meyers and entering its ninth year, the Wind Ensemble is comprised of MCC students, both music majors and non-music majors, interested in preparing and performing advanced wind band literature.

MCC Jazz Ensemble: Comprised of MCC students, the Jazz Ensemble performs traditional and contemporary big-band jazz repertoire.

MCC Honors Orchestra: Conducted by Philip DeYoung, the Honors Orchestra is a symphony orchestra for MCC students, as well as advanced high school students, performing standard orchestral works of the symphony orchestra.

West Michigan WINDS: An adult community concert band celebrating its 41st anniversary this concert season, the WINDS has been affiliated with MCC since 1993. The band has performed at Carnegie Hall in 2016 and in England, Ireland, Wales, Austria, and Germany.

MCC Center for Theater

The Center, which operates within the Arts and Humanities Department, provides theater classes for MCC students as well as a diversified schedule of performances. These include a season of plays produced by the College, an annual concert by the Overbrook Dance Theater, and touring productions of various kinds.All performances take place in the Overbrook Theater on the Muskegon Community College main campus, 221 S. Quarterline Rd, Muskegon, MI 49442. For more information, contact the MCC Arts and Humanities Department at (231) 777-0324.

Muskegon Dance Movement


Muskegon Dance Movement is  the Muskegon Community College resident dance company under the artistic direction of MCC Dance Coordinator Melissa Brunsting. “I strive to make dance a part of the culture in our city, and center my choreography around that goal as much as possible,” explained Brunsting, who grew up in Western New York before earning a bachelor’s degree in dance from Hope College.