It is a season of possibilities. Daring music, fresh plays, and adventurous dance are all in store at the Brook Center. Artists hailing from across the planet will define this year with boldness.
Usually a carillon concert at Clemson University signals the beginning of fall, but you’ll be hearing bells in the month of July when two international guests give a concert on the bells of Tillman Hall at 7 p.m. July 7.
A dream since Kerrie Seymour's time in college, she got tired of telling herself she was “going to” pursue working as a voice actor.
Clemson University student ensembles highlight April at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts as it closes out its season.
Jack and David Stevenson have made a big impact in the Clemson community in very different capacities for almost five decades.
From modern dance to ballet to hip-hop, Cheryl Hosler has spent more than 15 years leading Clemson students in dance classes of all sorts.
Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts plans a wide variety of performances in March, from the Creole Carnival of globalFEST to the athletic dance ensemble Pilobolus.
Classical music, jazz, and musical theater highlight January and February at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
The odds are that people who have been to a Clemson Players production in the last few years have witnessed the work of senior performing arts major, Rebekah Swygert. Swygert has spent much of her time at Clemson University creating props and makeup designs for Players' productions.
Senior performing arts major Gabriella Lourigan (2016), who is from Irmo, traveled to the American West this summer for a “life-changing” summer as a carpentry apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico. At the end of the summer, Lourigan was awarded the Agnes M. Canning Apprentice Award. Read about Lourigan’s journey by going to: http://newsstand.clemson.edu/?p=125280
Clemson University student ensembles highlight the November and December performances planned at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
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.