Bryan Symphony

The Bryan Symphony Orchestra will perform on Feb. 21 and March 21 at 3 p.m. Concerts performed by the University music department are free and take place in Wattenbarger Auditorium in the Bryan Fine Arts Building.With dozens of performances taking place this semester, the music department provides more entertainment than any other department at Tech. performances include student and faculty recitals and concerts performed by the BSO, TTU concert band, jazz band, and many guest artists.

“Music is a vital part of our University that enables students to escape from the everyday pressures of classes and responsibility,” said Atthur Labar, chairman of the music and art department. “I believe that Tech students appreciate the musical performances we offer and take advantage of the opportunity.”

All this entertainment takes time and effort. Faculty and staff work year round to plan, practice and deliver performances to the campus audiences. The BSO does an average of five performances that are open to the public. These performances are not free. Tickets can be bought in the Bryan Fine Arts Building before performances or in advance.

For a complete list of performances, you can go to the Tech website. For more information or to purchase tickets, call Gail Luna (931)372-6088 or send an email to bryansymph@tntech.edu.