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The Hollands! Open CCC Fall Humanities Series Week of Aug. 25th

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

The fall humanities series at CCC will open the final week in August with The Hollands!, The Hollands! will share some of the most popular bush songs and the history behind those songs.

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Ching presents America between the World Wars

Monday, April 21, 2014

Michael Ching is a composer, conductor, songwriter and performer. He is best known in the field of opera, where he has written a dozen one-act and full-length operas.

Aiken Presents Strong Women of the South Program

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Caroline Aiken has been named “The Best Acoustic Act” in her birth town of Atlanta, Georgia by the Atlanta Magazine.

Humanities Project: February Sky brings Irish, Celtic, Scottish Program Week of April 7

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

February Sky is a duo of traditional singer and guitarist Phil Cooper and singer songwriter Susan Urban. Together they bring their own arrangements and style to chosen songs from the best of modern Folk songs.

Henke to Entertain Week of March 31

Monday, March 24, 2014

Brian Henke’s unique guitar style has been called everything from Folk to New Age to Neo-Classical to Pastoral or as Brian likes to call it “a big stewpot of everything, stirred up, simmered and served to taste.”

Humanities Project: Sheppard to Present The Blues Week of March 10th

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Lem Sheppard is a self-taught guitarist from Kansas City. The Blues, Jazz and Folk musician trained under Dr. Eva Jessye, who gained international fame as the original choral director in George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess.

SEK Songwriter Holly Reed Performs Week of March 3

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Holly Reed is a songwriter and performing artist from Southeast Kansas. Her latest program presents stories about coal mining and local Kansas history.

Styka to Bring Early Jazz Women to the Stage

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Heather Styka will bring a program about the women in the early days of the Jazz age.

Humanities Project: Singer/Songwriter Mike Lewis To Perform Week of Jan. 27

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Mike T. Lewis is a Nashville singer/songwriter and producer. He is also one-half of the national touring Americana/Folk duo, the Twangtown Paramours.

Sipe Brings Fiery Entertainment To Coffeyville Week of Jan. 13

Monday, January 6, 2014

Rod Sipe has been performing as a professional entertainer for over 30 years. Surrounded by the history of the family’s “The Great Patterson Shows,” Sipe was inspired to present acts of the circus sideshows.

Humanities Project: Siemsen presents Songs and Stories of the American Dustbowl

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Craig Siemsen has entertained fans of acoustic music for years with a blend of original songs, folk and old timey country music.

Humanities Project: Ross to Spin Native American Tales Week of Nov. 11

Monday, November 4, 2013

Gayle Ross is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation and a direct descendant of John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee during the infamous “Trail of Tears.”

Tuesday's Humanities Project Performance Moved to Nellis Hall West Gym

Monday, October 28, 2013

Oct. 29's Humanities Project performance featuring Bob Bovee will be moved to the Nellis Hall West Gym.

Humanities Project: Bovee Performs Week of Oct. 28

Monday, October 21, 2013

Bob Bovee will bring western and railroad songs of his past to the stage for Montgomery County residents.

Humanities Project: Schwall presents "Makin"A Livin": Labor and Work Songs" Week of Oct. 14

Monday, October 7, 2013

William Chico Schwall will present a program entitled “Makin’ A Livin’: Labor and Work Songs” for Montgomery County audiences the week of October 14th.

Humanities Project: Rail Riding Troubadour to Entertain Week of Sept. 30

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Andru Bemis has wandered the ends, edges and in-betweens of North America more times than he can count, touring hundreds of thousands of miles by foot, thumb, and public transportation to sing his tunes.

Humanities Project: Janet Rutland to Take the Stage Week of Sept. 23

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Janet Rutland will perform a program entitled Jazz and Life: Johnny Mercer. Rutland has been a fixture in the Tulsa theater and music scene for more than twenty years.

Packer to Weave Tales at CCC Week of Sept. 16

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Laura Packer has been telling stories her whole life. Packer has spread her stories across the U.S. and in selected European venues.

Hawkings Performing For Humanities Project Week of Sept. 9

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Dave Hawkins is a Cincinnati-based songwriter who has been touring and recording music for more than 30 years.

Humanities Project: Irwin presents Farming Tribute

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

A sixth generation central Illinois resident, Tom Irwin relates the experiences of rural Midwestern life through original songs, folk music and stories.

Humanities Project: Everman Spins Tales from across the Globe

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Flavia Everman has been telling stories since her high school drama class at Buchanan High School in Troy, Missouri.

Warner to Play Songs that Make a Difference

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Steve Warner paints vivid pictures of people and places with his colorful songs. His lyrical word play can intrigue and inspire, make you laugh and sometimes cry.

Nygaard to Share Folk Program

Friday, April 5, 2013

Claudia Nygaard is an entertainer known for her quick wit and an affable connection with her audience.

Hall & Morgan Bring Americana Music to CCC

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Jim Hall and Cindy Morgan have been playing music together since 1997 as a duo and in their band, Mingled Circumstances, performing a variety of folk, bluegrass, old-time, blues, traditional and contemporary music.

Come Meet the Whistler - Robert Stemmons

Monday, February 25, 2013

Robert Stemmons began whistling at the age of five. When legendary whistler Fred Lowery, who twice headlined at Carnegie Hall, performed at his school, he was mesmerized and inspired.

Wichita Musician to Entertain

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

As a young guitarist, Tom Page fell under the spell of a local art band, The Embarrassment, and began to set the stage for a cutting-edge music scene that thrives to this day.

Upcoming Events

Humanities Project: The Hollands!
Tuesday, August 26
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Brian Wendling
Tuesday, September 9
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Rik Palieri
Tuesday, September 16
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Heidi Muller
Tuesday, September 23
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: ilyaimy
Tuesday, September 30
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Decee Cornish
Tuesday, October 7
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Tom Kastle
Tuesday, October 14
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: KG and the Ranger
Tuesday, October 21
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Doug Harvey
Tuesday, October 28
10:30 AM

Humanities Project: Anna Stange
Tuesday, November 4
10:30 AM

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