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About

High Point Community Concert Association is a non-profit organization that strives to bring engaging concerts to our city.  Our concerts showcase a variety of classical and world music, featuring high-caliber performers from multi-faceted backgrounds and genres.

We are a subscription-based organization that provides affordable pricing for you. You have the option to purchase a full season subscription at a discounted rate or a single ticket. Tickets may be purchased online or at the door.

Our 2020-2021 season is an exciting combination of talent from our region and beyond.  We are pleased to present our concert series at the High Point Theater.  We invite you to join us for our 86th Season of spectacular music!

HPCCA History

Our organization began in 1934, making it one of the oldest Community Concert organizations in the country!  We are quite proud of our heritage and owe a deep debt of gratitude to our community for the generous support afforded to the HPCCA, both in funding and in attendance.

In the earliest years of the HPCCA, our city was coming out of the Great Recession and our town became known as the furniture and textile capital of the world.  Interested community members saw the need and opportunity to provide local live music performances.  They successfully brought some of the best classical performers to High Point.  

Over the past eighty-plus years, the HPCCA has hosted an astounding array of artists such as:  large symphony orchestras, note-worthy pianists and instrumentalists, vocal artists ranging from Metropolitan Opera singers to the Welsh Men’s Chorus, splashy ‘big band’ ensembles, and world-class names such as Van Cliburn and the Vienna Boys’ Choir..

For many years, our concerts were held in the old auditorium at High Point University (formally High Point College).  When the High Point Theatre opened its doors in downtown High Point, it became the venue for HPCCA concerts.  The organization continued to sell-out performances up through the 1970’s.  This was the golden era for the organization – with waitlists for season tickets! We welcome you to continue in the great tradition of supporting the arts in our town through HPCCA!

Past Seasons

2019-2020 Season Board Members

Name Office
David Briggs Vice-President
Lillie Harris President
Keyelle Miller
Valerie D. Johnson
Carol Cox Treasurer
Sally Farrar Hospitality Chair
Phyllis Thompson
Mary Morgan Secretary

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What is a subscription?

Purchasing a season subscription gives concert goers options for attending up to four of  our concerts.  Subscribers save money over single ticket purchases.

Concert Cancellations

HPCCA concerts will be cancelled only in the most extreme circumstances, including, but not limited to:

  • Adverse weather that renders venue inaccessible.  

  • Unavailability of an artist. If adverse weather prevents an artist from coming to High Point, the concert will be cancelled. If an artist cannot travel due to health concerns, and HPCCA has sufficient time, a replacement artist of comparable genre may be substituted.

  • Loss of electricity/heat or dangerous conditions (i.e. severe ice limiting access to parking lot) at concert venue.

In the event that a concert must be cancelled:

  • HPCCA will send notification via email to our contact list.  Please join our mailing list by visiting our contact form, or emailing us at [email protected]

  • HPCCA will post a message on our website home page, our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HighPointConcerts/, and Instagram.

  • If a cancelled concert can be rescheduled, HPCCA will make this information available on our webpage, email, and social media sites.

  • HPCCA cannot offer refunds for cancelled concerts. If a cancelled concert cannot be rescheduled, HPCCA will honor the purchased tickets at a future concert.