Celebrating our 70th season!

The Freeport Community Concert Association – a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, now in its seventieth season, serving concert-goers from over 35 towns, villages and cities across Long Island and beyond. 

Mission Statement 

Since 1947, FCCA has been bringing world-class artists (orchestral, classical, jazz, chamber music, vocalists, dance, etc.) at affordable prices to our greater Long Island area subscribers and single-ticket audience members. Through multi-disciplinary and varied cultural performances, we make the arts accessible to everyone – spanning generations and economic backgrounds. FCCA: global artistic experiences for all, in our own backyard.


Four-concert season: $55    •   Individual ticket at the door: $20   •   Child/student with current ID: $5 per concert

To view the 2017-18 subscription form, please click here


The concerts are held on Saturday evenings at 8pm at Freeport High School, located at 50 S. Brookside Avenue, (just south of Sunrise Highway in Freeport, New York)

Please use the rear parking lot - there are plenty of spaces and it's all on one level so there are no steps. It's well lit and there's a security guard at the rear door if you need assistance.

For further information, please call FCCA President, Jill Kaplan at 516-867-1195.

Please e-mail us at: FreeportConcertAssocNY@gmail.com

To view video clips of recent performances, please visit our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFCCA/videos

Next concert scheduled for October 28, 2017
Franc D'Ambrosio

Franc D'Ambrosio has joined the ranks of the famed Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman as only a handful of Phantom alumni to successfully crossover to solo careers. Franc is best known for his role as The Phantom (Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera). 

With more than 2,300 performances, he held the title of "World's Longest Running Phantom" for nearly a decade. Franc is also known for his role as Anthony Corleone in the Academy Award-nominated film The Godfather III. Franc sang the Academy Award-winning theme song from the film trilogy, and his performance has garnered more than one million hits on YouTube.

Mr. D’Ambrosio is the perfect performer to entertain us with songs and stories from American Musical Theater history, as well as the Great American Songbook - Rodgers & Hammerstein, Kander & Ebb, Gershwin, Hamlisch, Porter and, of course, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpieces, including Phantom of the Opera. 

This concert is sponsored, in part, by a generous donation from Roslyn Savings Bank/NYCB.

Photo Credit: Shawn Northcutt