As an out-of-work actor in London in the early 1970s, Richard O’Brien wrote The Rocky Horror Show to keep himself busy on winter evenings. A major theme running throughout the musical is transvestism, which according to O’Brien was not originally meant to be as prominent as it ended up being.
Jon Conley is a mainstay of the Nashville music industry. Jon began playing guitar at seven (wanting to play like Roy Clark) and has branched out to include mandolin, fiddle, banjo, vocals and songwriting in his portfolio. Perhaps best known as the lead guitarist for the Kenny Chesney band, he has credits on recordings by a number of artists and attributes his success to practicing and taking every opportunity to perform seriously.
Prelude, Cristina Spinei
Chimera, Concerto for Brass Quintet and Orchestra Anthony DiLorenzo
Pictures at an Exhibition, Mussorsky/Tushmalov
Seraph Brass is a dynamic ensemble drawing from a roster of America’s top brass players. They present a diverse body of repertoire that includes original transcriptions, newly commissioned works, and well-known classics.
Open to all university students, the University Concert Choir has an average enrollment of between 35 and 45 students. This group has sung in numerous area churches and has also performed with the Florence Symphony Orchestra. They have performed such major choral works as the “Polovetzian Dance and Chorus” of Alexander Borodin, the “Schicksalslied” of Johannes Brahms, and the Ninth Symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven.