Bob Jones University Announces 2015-2016 Concert, Opera and Drama Series

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (August 6, 2015) – Bob Jones University today announced the schedule for the University’s 2015-2016 Concert, Opera and Drama Series. The series will once again bring to Greenville world-renowned artists and exciting performances. All performances are open to the public.

The 2015-2016 BJU Concert, Opera and Drama Series schedule includes:

BJU Symphonic Wind Band

Nov. 10 – 8 p.m.

Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium (FMA)

Under the direction of Dr. Dan Turner, the Symphonic Wind Band presents an evening with guest artist Matthew Vaughn, co-principal trombone of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The program will feature the exciting trombone concerto Colors by Belgian composer Bert Appermont, as well as other virtuoso works for the trombone.

Living Gallery – “Dawning Light”

Dec. 3, 4 – 4:30 and 8 p.m.

Dec. 5 – 2, 4:30 and 8 p.m.

Rodeheaver Auditorium (RA)

The annual Living Gallery features re-creations of magnificent artwork by the Old Masters with live models. This year BJU combines the tradition of the Living Gallery with the Christmas celebration Lessons and Carols. Beautiful music and art are elegantly woven together with Scripture to celebrate the amazing story of the incarnation—God with us.

 “La Cenerentola”

Mar. 8, 10 and 12

8 p.m.

RA

Rossini’s light comedy draws its storyline from the familiar Cinderella fairy tale. The traditional evil stepmother is replaced with a greedy and ambitious stepfather. Instead of glass slippers there is a pair of matching bracelets. Throw in two conniving stepsisters, a handsome prince and one hilarious valet—and you have an evening of musical enjoyment.

“Hamlet”

April 21-23

8 p.m.

RA

This human portrait, both enigmatic and powerful, has intrigued readers and audiences for hundreds of years. Watch one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies in a unique production by the University’s Classic Players.

Information and tickets are available at www.bju.edu/tickets. For further information, call (864) 770-1372. Individual tickets for all productions will be available for purchase Tuesday, Sept. 1.

 

 

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