From the dorm room to the classroom, you meet countless people at university. For one Tiger, an early encounter with a performing arts professor transformed his educational experience and inspired him to follow his passion, creating new opportunities for him on campus and in the community. Now, as an alumnus, he gets ready to face […]
In May 2017, the Clemson University Singers toured Germany and Prague in a once-in-a-lifetime musical journey.
As Lillian U. Harder steps down from her role as director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts later this month, three members of the performing arts department and the Brooks Center have been named to the new leadership team and will take the helm July 1.
Lillian U. “Mickey” Harder, director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, has been named an honorary alumna of Clemson University.
Student Ryan Wilson and Professor Mark Hosler launch a brand-new bluegrass ensemble at Clemson.
A Broadway hit, performers from Africa and Clemson University student ensembles will close out the season at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in April.
Director of Music Dr. Paul Buyer co-authors a new book just as a grant from student government has allowed the performing arts department to acquire new mallet instruments.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University presents jazz, classical and world music during March.
More than 30 miles separate Greenville’s Warehouse Theatre from Clemson’s theatre department, but the two are close partners. Clemson students and faculty have found a professional artistic home in one of the Upstate’s most prominent and innovative theatres.
Dr. Lisa Sain Odom's voice students excel at regional and national competitions.
The Brooks Center’s latest lobby art exhibit focuses on the environment with Kathleen Thum’s “Gathering Lines,” on display now until Thursday, April 27.
Music, dance and a classic play highlight the winter season at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Take a journey through jazz history as Clemson University welcomes The Langston Hughes Project’s “Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz.” The multimedia event features the Ron McCurdy Quartet for a one-time performance at 5 p.m. Feb. 2 at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts. Admission is free.
Lecturer of Music Dr. Eric Lapin researches the relationship between music and politics at Clemson University.
November at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts is highlighted by comedy and music.