SEAFORD — The Seaford Community Concert Association will be returning this fall with a full lineup of nationally and internationally touring artists. It will be more than 600 days between the last show in 2019 and the next show this fall.
Like all arts programs, SCCA was forced to cancel their last two programs in the spring of 2020 and again had to cancel make-up performances in the spring of this year. In the meantime, the group provided its more than 600 members with an online Christmas show last December and has added an extra sixth show this season to make up for the lost programming.
The 2021-2022 season starts Sept. 27 with the return of an audience favorite, The Diamonds. This venerable quartet will bring the lights back to the stage with their new show, “Let’s Rock Broadway!”
Then on Oct. 5, SCCA presents Bridge & Wolack, an accordion and clarinet duo who will bring a fusion of classical, jazz, and folk music to a night out.
Next is a trip back to the 50s and 60s era of big ensembles as The Black Market Trust comes to Madden Auditorium on Oct. 18.
After a hiatus for the winter months, The Seaford Community Concert Association will break out the saddle shoes and poodle skirts as Holy Rocka Rollaz kicks off a trio of spring concerts on March 8.
On April 9 things slow down when Mark Kingswood brings his smooth crooning voice to Seaford.
The season wraps up as SCCA presents the internationally renowned M5: Mexican Brass. This quintet blends classic chamber music and traditional Latin themes.
Members get all six shows for $60 – if they join by July 31. Visit here to hear clips of all the arts and to make your purchase. Or mail a check to SCCA, PO Box 337, Seaford, DE 19973 (be sure to include your name, address, phone and email).
After July 31 the price goes up to $70 per person for all six shows. Kids under 18 are always free with a paid adult.