- Saturday, August 16Flamenco is an art form centuries old, that embraces the exchange of new ideas, and fosters boldness and originality. While the craft and tradition of flamenco continues to flourish, the aficionados and performers still take pride in the art form’s innovative and inclusive nature.
- Friday, August 22Join us for a free concert on the lawn, and end your summer with a night of great music!
- Saturday, September 6Over the last three decades, this "titan of the blues" has used his raw, blistering vocals and high-voltage guitar playing to place himself squarely in the company of the heroes he's performed with.
- Friday and Saturday, September 26-27A collaboration where the JCCC Performing Arts Series commissions choreographers Robert Moses, Penny Saunders and Amy Seiwert to create original works for three local dance companies.
- Thursday, October 2Janet’s Planet travels at the “speed of thought” and is designed to fuel STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics).
- Sunday, October 5Hear live hit after hit when this country music maestro brings a downsized, tightly tuned band into an epic evening of down-home songs, welcome banter and funny anecdotes.
- Friday, October 17Los Lobos
- Saturday, October 18Fowlis sang “Touch The Sky,” the theme song for “Brave,” Pixar’s Oscar and Golden Globe award-winning animated hit.
- Saturday, October 25The ponies are rested and watered – America’s favorite classic cowboy quartet is ready to saddle up and ride into Johnson County.
- Sunday, October 26An exceptional fusion of folk, bluegrass, jazz and R&B, influenced by artists like Randy Newman, Peter Gabriel and Sam Cooke, are combined into thrilling cello playing that mixes new techniques with a resonant sound.
- Saturday, November 1The first half of the program will feature each ensemble separately, while the second half will feature the newly commissioned work, Passion for Bach and Coltrane.
- Saturday, November 8With breathtaking athleticism, mesmerizing music and vibrant choreography, 12 versatile dancers bring the powerfully beautiful story of Helen Keller to life with captivating style and a variety of dance forms.
- Friday, November 21Unfold the pages of Terry Bradshaw’s lifetime playbook and share an evening with the Steelers legendary #12.
- Wednesday, December 3The Math Maniac Show
- Friday, December 5Playing with a distinctive expressive sound and a soaring musical imagination, smooth jazz trumpeter Chris Botti puts a new spin on classic standards and other favorites in an intimate melodic celebration.
- Friday, December 5What does one say when approached by Nobel Prize-winning playwright and poet Harold Pinter and asked to prepare a set of Pinter poems for a special performance in London?
- Saturday, December 13Marilyn Maye sets the standard for any jazz, pop or big band singer, and no one who has ever heard this songbird sing would disagree.
- Thursday, January 29Electrifying athleticism and sensual graceful moves are all part of an intertwining classic story.
- Saturday, February 14Love, in all its forms, has inspired human beings for centuries, and it is brought to life through the immediacy and resonance of the human voice.
- Tuesday, March 3La Maleta is the story of Roca, a 10-year-old refugee who leaves her native Colombia for North America.
- Saturday, March 21The most successful and sought-after Irish-American group in Celtic music has jigged its way into music halls all over the world.
- Thursday-Sunday, March 26-29The Jewish moneylender Shylock makes a loan to Antonio. Their loan contract, steeped in prejudice and centered on a “pound of flesh,” sweeps the two men and everyone in their worlds into chaos. Only the insightful Portia can imagine a way forward, but for her and those she loves, even “the quality of mercy” has its limits.
- Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28The irrepressible Moses Pendleton presents Alchemia, his new work for the dazzling dancer-illusionists of MOMIX.
- Sunday, April 12Barnstorming stage performance, impromptu jams and guerrilla gigs ... they’re like Monty Python with ukuleles!
- $5 JCCC Student Tickets