The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University plans a world of adventure in October. The Clemson Players go westward, pianist Lise de la Salle tours the work of great European composers, the Clemson University Singers take an American musical odyssey and the National Dance Company of Siberia treks through the frozen taiga of Russia.
A Clemson alumna's artworks will be presented by the Clemson University Center for Visual Arts in the lobby of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts this fall, from Tuesday, Sept. 8, through Dec. 4.
The Clemson Players used bottles, plastic, and other items to create the (under)world of Eurydice.
September is packed with theatrical, musical and student performances at the Brooks Center.
This season at Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts presents artists ranging from dancers from the cold of Siberia and a fiddler from the hills of Appalachia to three world-class musicians from the Caribbean.
Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts will present student ensemble performances during the month of April.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts recently caught up with composer, teacher, musician and Clemson University performing arts alumnus Nathan Whittaker ’10.
You know what they say about March: it comes in like a lion. Clemson's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts will be roaring all month long with performances by a student ensemble, a ballet company, a Broadway show and an organist like you’ve never seen.
An episode of “Making It Grow,” the live, interactive show hosted by Clemson Extension agent Amanda McNulty and produced by SCETV and Clemson University, has won a Telly Award for a 2014 segment filmed in Lake City with ArtFields director Karen Fowler.
John Acorn dips into that archive for his latest exhibition, “Trailer Nails and Fish Heads,” on display at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts through May 1.
Starting Feb. 10, “Making It Grow” will unveil a brand-new set, replacing the “country store” scenery used for more than a decade. But longtime fans of the popular television program on horticulture need not fret. The live, interactive show, produced by SCETV and Clemson University, will continue to stick to its roots — educating and entertaining a South Carolina audience that has grown to include viewers from Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.
From gypsy rhythms to Irish folk songs to Greek tragedy, the Brooks Center hosts a variety of events to transport you around the world during the month of February.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts kicks off 2015 with a mix of jazz, dance and rock-and-roll.
The Annie Moses Band's innovative sound has delighted audiences around the world and they’re ready for the holidays at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Clemson University's student ensembles will present a series of performances in the coming weeks at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.