Here are some of the talented arts the MCA has Hosted.
Liz Callaway is a Tony nominee & Emmy Award-winning actress, singer & recording artist. Callaway takes the stage for an evening of cabaret!
Winner of the gold medal at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2013, Vadym Kholodenko captured the attention of jury, audience, and critics alike.
The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass is composed of some of America's top brass musicians dedicated to bringing great music to a wide range of audiences.
Choreographer Paul Taylor is the last living member of the pantheon that created America’s modern dance movement. Join us for an extraordinary evening of dance.
PUSH Theatre inspires awe with physical illusions and gravity-defying, dance-infused, acrobatic high jinx. They are the masters of physical storytelling.
The E&H Music Faculty are showing off their new home! They'll take the stage to showcases their amazing talents in piano, trumpet & voice.
Listen to harmonious, classical music and be transformed by the beautiful sounds of Brahms. The ATHENA Quintet will perform an evening of classical music featuring the Piano Quintet in F minor by Johannes Brahms.
The Stage is Set! Join us for the Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting & Dedication Celebration for the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts (MCA)—Fri., Oct. 16, 2015 @ 10 a.m.
Withers & Urbanek will present an evening of arrangements for two pianos ranging from J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion to a medley of Disney songs.An Evening of Song and Dance Emily Jarrell Urbanek and Lisa Withers, duo pianists September 30, 2016 – 7:30pm – MCA Main Stage Blending the sounds of Emory & Henry College’s two Steinway “D” pianos, long-time collaborators Withers and Urbanek will present an evening of arrangements and original compositions for two pianos ranging from a Suite from J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion to an Argentinian tango by Astor Piazzolla to a medley of famous Disney songs and dances. Bring your dancing shoes!
Miller tells stories of family trees and the hidden LGBT histories that live in those branches. Miller performance explores genealogical research and social justice.