Bradley's Music Scholarship Concert Series Announced
October 17, 2019
Bradley University's Music Scholarship Concert Series provides support for Bradley music students while also culturally enriching our community.
The first performance of the 2019-20 Music Scholarship Concert Series is this Sunday and will feature the Bradley Jazz Ensembles in an Afternoon of Jazz at 3 p.m. in Dingeldine Music Center, 1417 W. Barker Avenue on the Bradley campus. The 19-member ensemble will perform the music of Charles Mingus, Nat Adderely, Mike Tomaro, and more. The Groove Project will open the concert with several selections, including “Do Whatcha Wanna,” “Shruggy Ji,” “Peter Gunn,” and “Superstition.” Todd Kelly directs the Bradley Jazz Ensemble, Groove Project, and Hilltop Combo; he also teaches studio trumpet and jazz improvisation.
See all of the coming performances below:
- October 20, 2019, Bradley Jazz Ensembles
- November 17, 2019, Bradley Symphonic Winds and Symphonic Band
- December 8, 2019, Faculty Recital: Courtney Huffman, voice and Chenny Gan, piano
- February 9, 2020, Percussion Around the World
- March 1, 2020, Bradley Symphony Orchestra – Concerto Aria Winners Concert
- April 19, 2020, Bradley University Community Chorus
- May 3, 2020, Bradley Student Showcase
Admission is $10 for adults for individual performances, but a seven-concert subscription can be purchased for $40. Students are admitted free of charge with ID. Tickets for all seven performances are available at the door or from the Hartmann Center Ticket Office. You also can call 309-677-2650 to purchase a series subscription and request more information about the Music Scholarship Concert Series.