Former Idol Finalists Workshop at Stocker

Former Idol Finalists Workshop at Stocker

 

Imagine you are a music or theatre major. Imagine you have an opportunity to talk one-on-one with four favorites from one of America’s top performance shows. That opportunity became reality for students at Lorain County Community College this fall.

LCCC theatre students and Early College High School students studying guitar took part in a workshop discussion in the Black Box Theatre with four favorite “American Idol” finalists.

The Idols were on campus to perform a special Motown tribute concert at the Stocker Arts Center. LaKisha Jones, David Hernandez, Michael Sarver and Gina Glockson joined together for “American Stars in Concert Celebrate Motown.”  Before the show though, they spent two hours in a question and answer session with the LCCC students.

It marked a great example of how LCCC students are exposed to countless opportunities to gather education in their field outside the traditional classroom walls of campus.

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