Please Note: The RCA will not be able to reschedule
the Michael Kaeshammer concert this Spring, but
we have confirmed a substitute concert by
The Jeff Little Trio
on Saturday, May 16th, at 7:30 p.m. Details.
JEFF LITTLE TRIO
RCA is bringing back The Jeff Little Trio, which ranked among your top preferences in every audience survey. Their music is a combination of rockabilly, blues and bluegrass. The Boston Globe: “Jeff Little tore the place apart with his wondrously quick and articulate piano style. He is tricky and playful, yet always intelligent and richly melodic.” National Public Radio: “Jeff Little is a remarkable musician, steeped in the tradition of his native Blue Ridge, yet also a virtuosic and eclectic innovator." TICKETS www.jefflittle.net
We invite you to become a Donor of Note in helping us promote our music-education outreach
programs in area schools.
Your donation allows us to enhance the quality of our professional performances.
Contributions are tax deductible. RCA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation.
Up to $99 = Grace Note
$100 to $199 = Quarter Note
$200 to $299 = Half Note
$300 & up = Whole Note
2014-2015 DONORS OF NOTE
James and Marcia Adams
RADM and M Robert R. Fountain
Mr and Mrs. John J. Huber
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meo
Mrs. Pim Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. M. David Scarbrough
Bob and Sloane Kane
Bill and Jinny Estell
Ms. Emmeline Galeos-Zeh
Bareld and Rolina Groenwold
Louis and Ruth Hazel
Rev. and Mrs. Alan B. Hooker
Ms. Jayne McQuade
Scott & Joan Blatterman
Cornelia M. Cockrell
Michael and Judith DeGroot
Carolyn Gorman and Jim R. Eury
Mike and Adele Harwood
Mr. James Heston
Mr. Norm Howe
David and Vanelia Gallagher
Bard and Susan Jackson
William and Helen King
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Knight
Mrs. Ruth Mayo
Mrs. Randolph Neal
Ms. Susan C. Nunn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sanford
RAD John and Gail Sigler
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Waring
Sally and Hal White
Robert and Alice Burgess
David and Janet Cordes
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Draper
Dan and Kathy Eskridge
Joyce and Herman Hobbs
Hutt Realty, Inc.
KC's Crabs and Cues
Nellie and Jim Landrum
Jan S. Redfearn
Joe Self Realty Inc.
Nancy T. Traylor
Northern Neck Cleaners
Mary Lynn Slaughter
Robert & Elaine Weekley
William J. Weirbinski
Sarah and Wallace Withers
Dominion Virginia Power & the Dominion Foundation
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Note: Students 18 and under can attend RCA concerts free of charge.
For adults, rates are
Single Adults = $25 each
GROUP RATES PER CONCERT
6 to 9 tickets = $20 each
10+ tickets = $15 each
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Supporting and funding music education for the region's youth has been a part of the RCA mission from its inception.
Dating from 1986, RCA has hired performers who are dedicated to educating students and student outreach
programs have been made available in area schools. With the introduction of the Donor of Note giving program,
additional gifts have made it possible to expand the RCA Outreach program.
The RCA board is grateful to our donors for their generosity this season, and so are our principals and teachers.
Here is one of the thank you notes we received for grants of instrument purchase and repair to local schools:
As principal of Montross Middle School in Westmoreland County, I am so thankful to your association for your generous gifts over the past three years. Rob Wright, our band director, is tickled pink with the needed supplies/equipment provided for his classes by you. As all of us are handling personal and business financial hardships, your dedicated association of music lovers continues year after year to promote and support music in our schools. For that we are truly thankful.
Jane S. Geyer
Michael Chertock will reach out to very young students at the Northumberland
Elementary School after his matinee performance. His repertoire includes “Music
that paints a picture,” “Music to make you happy and sad” and “Old McDonald had a
farm: pig, chicken, snail, and dinosaur.”
The world-renowned chamber trio "Intersection" gave a
workshop to a large audience of middle school students.
“Chamber with a Twist” is their motto, expressing their ability
to make new music with old instruments.
“Intersection” artists pose with Montross Middle School band students and Kelly Wright, Band Director.
RCA was privileged to make a donation in May 2014 to the Northumberland
school system to
support the student-instrument loan program. Loan instruments
are provided at no cost to needy band
students. This donation allows for needed
repairs and purchase of more used instruments to enhance
the program. Walt Mallorie,
Director of Bands accepted the donation.
Middle School Outreach
Rob Wright, band director for the Westmoreland Middle School, leads
125 students in his program. A donation from RCA for new instruments was
given in May 2014.
Elementary School Outreach
Joia Tubes® were developed to be an orchestral sounding instrument for
children to play in a classroom setting. They make notes using
paddles and compressed air. Stephanie Philips’ elementary school
students love them!
In May 2014, RCA gave funds for the music room at
the Northumberland Elementary School.
Stephanie Phillips, Music Director,
used the money to purchase Joia tubes.
Middle School Outreach
Rob Wright, band director for the Westmoreland middle school, leads
125 students in his program. A donation from RCA for a video
projector featuring the software "SmartMusic" will be used to enhance
practice and performance. This software can be used on home computers
to aid in student practice sessions and can be used to show classical and
jazz performances in the classroom.
Jen Kostyniuk, external affairs manager for Dominion Virginia Power and the
Dominion Foundation, presents Carolyn Scarbrough with a check in support of the
Trio Con Brio student outreach program to be presented to 500 students in March, 2013.
is RCA, Inc?
Presenting professional artists since 1983, Rappahannock Concert Association, Inc. is dedicated to presenting live musical performances at extraordinary prices to a subscriber-based audience. The mission of the RCA is to provide quality live concerts to a permanent subscriber audience in the Northern Neck area, and to support and fund music education for the region’s youth. RCA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
RCA is governed by an all-volunteer board whose members handle the artists selection, publicity, subscription sales, business development, finances and venue arrangements for each performance. We welcome new volunteers in this rewarding community endeavor. RCA makes available its Steinway grand piano to the Northumberland county public school music departments and sponsors student outreach programs to area schools.
Where are the concerts?
All the concerts will be held at the new performing arts theatre at
the Northumberland County School complex located about 3 miles east
of Heathsville on Route 360 and Academic Lane.
2014– 2015 Board
President: Sue Nunn 804-472-4489 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President, publicity & subscriptions: Jayne McQuade
Vice-President, concert chair & student education: Mary Ann Goodall
Secretary: Betsey Fountain
Treasurer: Lien Groenwold
Administrator: Lyn Conley: email@example.com
Michael De Groot
Mary Ann Goodall
Artists' Booking — firstname.lastname@example.org
Concert Co Chairs: Alice Cooper and Charles Sydnor
We are now accepting submissions for artists’
bookings in our 2016-2017 season.
Selection will take place in November 2015.
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Feel free to contact us with suggestions, requests, or to receive information.
have a reciprocal agreement with Concerts by the Bay in Mathews County that allows some of our
subscribers to attend their performances at no additional charge by showing your
RCA season ticket at the door. Please check to confirm the information below.
Fabulous Hubcaps – Rock and Roll
Sunday, September 21, 2014 - 3:00pm - Mathews High School Auditorium
Susan Egan – Broadway vocalist
Sunday, November 16, 2014 - 3:00pm - *Gloucester High School Auditorium
Alex DePue with Miguel De Hoyos – String Duo
Sunday, February 22, 2015 - 3:00pm - Mathews High School Auditorium
Simple Gifts Trio - Ethnic Folk – Sunday, March 15, 2015 - 3:00pm - Mathews High School Auditorium
Good Company - Sweet Southern Soul – Sunday, April 19, 2015 - 3:00pm - Mathews High School Auditorium