Bryan Symphony opens series Sunday
The Bryan Symphony will open its subscription series Sunday, Oct. 6, at 3 p.m. at the Bryan Fine Arts Center.
The performance will feature a work by Tennessee Composer, and the namesake of the building and orchestra, Charles Faulkner Bryan. It will be the first performance here of Bryan's "Bell Witch" Cantata for chorus and orchestra. The orchestra will be joined by the Tennessee Tech Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Craig Zamer.
Also featured on the concert is work by Tech emeritus professor, Rober Jager - his piece for strings entitled "Of Things Remembered."
The program will conclude with Dvorak's Symphony no. 6 in D major.
Tickets for this program are still available. The box office in the Fine Arts Center opens at 1 p.m. For advance tickets call 931-525-2633.
The Bryan Symphony, under the direction of professor Dan Allcott, is a collaborative effort between Tech and the Bryan Symphony Orchestra Association, which raises over $150,000 annually in support of performances by Tech faculty and students.