About Us

The Board of Directors invites you to join SCCA for our 43rd concert season.

We are offering a variety of outstanding performances, which can be seen on the Concerts page. The concerts will be held at Southern High School, 4400 Solomons Island Road (Route 2) in Harwood, Maryland.

Fees for the 2018-2019 season remain the same as the 2017-2018 season.

SCCA is committed to offering top-quality attractions at very affordable prices. We are an all-volunteer organization and are supported by subscriber fees, donations and grants.

The reciprocal agreement between Anne Arundel Community Concert Association and SCCA allows our subscribers to also attend all concerts at Severna Park High School in Severna Park at no additional cost. Check out the AACC concert series on their website aacconcerts.weebly.com

History of the South County Concert Association

Founded in 1975, community members wanted to bring a variety of fine music to South Anne Arundel County.  It all started by presenting 4 concerts, 43 years ago, which included Jerome Hines and the Norman Luboff Choir.

From the beginning, the SCCA has had a volunteer Board of Directors that selects a variety of programs that includes vocalists, instrumentalists and dance groups.

Our concerts have always been held at Southern High School on Route 2 in Harwood, Maryland.

Initially, SCCA had an agent in New York City for many years. We later began a relationship with Live-On-Stage located in Nashville, Tennessee, which presents 30 or more performers in an annual showcase for concert associations to preview and evaluate.

Past performers have included: Roger Wagner Chorale, Tambouritzan Dancers, The New Christy Minstrels, The Diamonds, Simply Sinatra, Benny Goodman Orchestra and Ballet Florida of Palm Beach.

Local Groups have included: Annapolis Symphony, Chesapeake Youth Orchestra, Annapolis Chorale, Pianists Thomas Pandolfi and Brian Ganz, and the Capital Steps.

Additionally, we began a reciprocity agreement in 1996 with Anne Arundel Community Concert Association, allowing subscribers to attend both concert series.