BJU Announces 2023–2024 Concert, Opera & Drama Series

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (August 22, 2023) – Bob Jones University recently announced the schedule for the University’s 2023-2024 Concert, Opera & Drama Series. The series will once again bring world-renowned artists to Greenville.

The 2023-2024 BJU Concert, Opera & Drama Series includes:


Georgia Boy Choir – Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. 

(Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium)

Established in 2009 under the baton of Artistic Director and Conductor, David R. White, the Georgia Boy Choir has quickly gained a reputation as one of the finest Choirs of its kind. Known for the transcendent beauty of their singing and powerful, nuanced musical interpretation, the Choir has garnered an impressive international fan base through touring and its many performance videos.


Romeo & Juliet – Nov. 14-16 at 7:30 p.m.

(Rodeheaver Auditorium)

The most famous love story of all time reimagined as an American Western. Despite their feuding families, Romeo and Juliet find a spark of hope in forbidden love. Can peace exist in a violently polarized world? Directed by John Michael Cox. 


Classical Pops Celebration – Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m.

(Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium) 

GRAMMY award-winning conductor Richard Kaufman conducts the BJU Symphony Orchestra with acclaimed recording artist and trumpet soloist Barry Perkins in a program featuring soul-stirring classical favorites guaranteed to put a smile on your face.


Living Gallery: Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled – Mar. 28-29 at 4:30 & 7:30 p.m.; Mar. 30 at 2, 4:30, & 7:30 p.m. 

(Rodeheaver Auditorium)

A boldly unique, dramatic presentation tracing the unfolding of God’s loving hand throughout human history and into the future. See these remarkable paintings and sculptures “come alive” in life-size re-creations on the Rodeheaver stage including four new pieces of artwork, and music including works from Getty and Townend, and Joan Pinkston.


Haydn’s The Creation – Apr. 18-19 at 7:30 p.m.

(Rodeheaver Auditorium)

Widely considered one of his most famous works, Haydn’s cinematic-like oratorio gives the listener a front-row experience as the creation story unfolds with dramatic power, expansive beauty and subtle humor. Megan Stapleton, soprano; Joshua Wheeker, tenor; David Parker, bass; Michael Moore, conductor.