The Waynesboro Community Concert Association, formed in 1936, is the oldest in the area, the only concert association in Franklin County, and has offered a concert season every year beginning in 1937. But when COVID-19 reared its head, for the first time ever the Board of Directors elected to postpone the 84th season a full year. It will now open in September of 2021, with The Fabulous Hubcaps. We offer exceptional value for a very modest cost, and always present artists of high caliber who are skilled in entertaining audiences of all ages and tastes.
Posted June 28, 2021
A little history, or maybe it seems like ancient history? In March of 2020, as COVID-19 developed toward the end of our 83rd season the concert association rescheduled April and May 2020 concerts into the 84th season then programmed to open in September of 2020. But by July of 2020 it became apparent that we would need to postpone season 84 to September of 2021. We notified subscribers and friends and advertisers and financial supporters. A copy of our letter is at the link below. Also at a link is the campaign flyer mailed to members on the first of June, describing a seven-concert season opening on 12 September with The Fabulous Hubcaps. One adjustment: the 26 September concert has been canceled at the request of the performers, so this will be a six-concert season.
We have a 1,500-seat auditorium and we are confident “the shows will go on”. Still, you’ll want to check this website from time to time for any updates.
More than 300 members bought their 84th season subscription during 2020. If you are one of them, rest assured we know that. If you’re not sure, call us at 717-609-6853. If you held tickets for the 83rd season April and May 2020 concerts (Trio Pacheco, Thomas Pandolfi), they perform in the 84th season and your tickets are still good; of course if you would like to see the rest of the 84th season you’d want a new subscription.
In a normal season we register more than 500 members, so we are anxious to welcome at least 200 back to membership before the season opens on the 12th of September. To subscribe, or to buy a ticket for an individual concert, please visit the Buy Tickets page. We will keep track, and all member tickets for our 84th season will be mailed in August of 2021. Ticket prices are $50 for the entire season or $25 at the door for each concert.. Your WCCA tickets may permit attending concerts at Gettysburg and Hagerstown if their concerts are opened on a reciprocal basis; that will be their decision based on COVID restrictions.
Upcoming 2021-2022 Season:
The Fabulous Hubcaps
Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 3:00 PM
Expect not only the “Oldies” from the 50s, 60s and 70s, but even new “Oldies” to awaken the senses and your memories of the sock hop, your prom, cruising to the drive-in, American Bandstand, watching the Beatles, Elvis, Stones, and so many others on The Ed Sullivan Show… Truly, these were the best of times
The Philadelphia Brass
Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 3:00 PM
The Philadelphia Brass was formed in 1988 by professional musicians of Eastern Pennsylvania to pursue their common goals: performing the best of brass quintet literature of all periods and styles, and educating the public to the pleasures, subtleties, and complexities of chamber music.
Sunday, November 7, 2021 at 3:00 PM
THOMAS PANDOLFI is one of only three performers in WCCA history ever invited to a make a third appearance. Classical pianist and Steinway artist making a departure from previous performances, as he offers “American Pop Piano.” This is Pandolfi as you have never heard him, from the “Star Spangled Banner” to “Rhapsody in Blue” to his own arrangements of music from Marvin Hamlisch, Burt Bacharach, and Barry Manilow, including a fantasy on popular American melodies like “God Bless America” and “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.” This will be an afternoon to remember!
Sunday, November 21, 2021 at 3:00 PM
Identical triplet sisters Nika, Natalie, and Nicole showcase sibling harmony in the new girl band, Taylor Red. The sisters are singers, songwriters, composers and multi-instrumentalists performing on guitar, banjo, fiddle, and mandolin. Their program is influenced by country artists such as Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash as well as pop music artists like The Eagles and Tom Petty. Young, Fun and Country.
Sunday, April 3, 2022 at 3:00 PM
TRIO PACHECO – Siblings, world renowned tenor Nathan Pacheco, soprano Elizabeth Pacheco Rose and pianist Rebecca Pacheco join forces to present a magical afternoon of love songs. From “O Sole Mio” and “Nessun Dorma” to “Someone to Watch Over Me” and “My Funny Valentine,” coupled with gorgeous piano interludes, this concert will be truly exceptional. An afternoon not to miss, you’ll be humming these melodies all the way home!
The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra
Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 3:00 PM
The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra is “the premier American ragtime ensemble” as hailed by The Washington Post, and is one of America’s few professional ensembles dedicated to the preservation and performance of America’s first popular music: Ragtime. The PRSO recreates the sounds of the concert stage, the dance halls, and the theatre – ragtime, dance music, theatre selections, and silent film accompaniment, all performed off the original musical scores.
K-12 students are admitted free,
K-8 accompanied by paid adult.
Season Tickets Include Reciprocal Shows