March roars in with jazz, classical and world music at the Brooks Center
CLEMSON — The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University presents jazz, classical and world music during March.
Tickets and information are available at www.clemson.edu/brooks or by calling the box office at 864-656-7787 from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
The Bridge Project explores the capabilities of the harp through cross-genre collaboration with some of today’s top artists. With violin virtuoso Kristin Lee and acclaimed percussionist John Hadfield, harpist Bridget Kibbey explores the work of composers who immigrated to the United States, while looking back at the folk music that inspired them. The trio will showcase Sephardic traditional music, Brazilian choro, North African kora influences, and beyond.
CU SYMPHONIC BAND
Monday, March 6 · 8 p.m.
$5 adults/students free
The Symphonic Band presents “Children’s March” by Percy Grainger, an interesting new work for computer and band called “Singularity” and selections from Carl Orff’s massive “Carmina Burana.”
Snow forced the cancellation of Danú’s concert in February 2015. Their standing-room-only concerts are high-energy performances of ancient Irish music and new repertoire not to be missed.
SFJAZZ COLLECTIVE: The Music of Miles Davis & Original Compositions
Tuesday, March 28 · 7:30 p.m.
Boni Belle Brooks Series
$30 adults/$15 students
The SFJAZZ Collective is an all-star ensemble comprising eight of the finest performers/composers in jazz today. The ensemble’s mission each year is to perform arrangements of works by a modern master, as well as commissioned pieces. The musicians are Miguel Zenón, alto saxophone; David Sánchez, tenor saxophone; Sean Jones, trumpet; Robin Eubanks, trombone; Warren Wolf, vibraphone; Edward Simon, piano; Matt Penman, bass; and Obed Calvaire, drums.