One of the newest additions to school sponsored activities is the brand new Music Club. If you’ve not heard of it, you’ll want to take notice.
The St. Clair County Community College Music Club was established mid spring semester this year after receiving approval and backing from Lillian Maley as their advisor.
Within five weeks of becoming a reality, the club was already making its debut in the Fine Arts Building’s auditorium. The performance included many current, as well as several former, students.
As of now, they’ve put on three performances for the school and two more around the city of Port Huron.
They currently have 20 members and are eager to accept more.
“Our main goal is to spread the joy of music,” said avid club member, Jack Wellington, “We are constantly recruiting and looking to be involved in campus life in as many ways as possible. We welcome musicians to either hone their current craft, learn another instrument, or just learn some theory so that they can better themselves as a whole.”
Despite the club’s name, it is not required to know an instrument or have any vocal skills to be a member. It is for anybody who has an interest in music. Whether you wish to improve your musicianship or if you just wish to appreciate music, all are welcome.
“My personal goals for this club are to gain more confidence in my voice and performance. I believe that with the atmosphere it can be accomplished,” said Alyssa Ferri.
If you have any interest and would like to attend meetings, they are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Rehearsal Hall of the Fine Arts Building at 12:30-2 p.m.
Any questions should be directed towards Ryan Hiller, the current club president, or any current club member.