Tickets go on sale 10 days prior to the opening performance.
For concerts and productions: The Box Office will open at 6:30 pm and auditorium doors will open 30 minutes prior to the performance. You may purchase tickets online. You may also obtain tickets in Rudd 303 with check, cash, or credit card. The Box Office phone number is 423.775.7500. If you need further information, please call 423.775.7498.
For Recitals: All student recitals are free admission. Unless noted otherwise, all student recitals take place in Rudd Auditorium.
- Feb 3: Faculty Recital: Kimberly Keck, soprano/Dr. Sigrid Luther, piano, 7:30pm
- Feb 10: Senior Musical Showcase: Grace Loe & Shelbi Metts assisted by Rachel (Liebert) Lawrence, 7:30pm
- Feb 15: Junior recital: Victoria Suich, piano, assisted by Luke Bates and Abigail Weir, piano, 4pm
- Mar 3: Emily Haverkorn, voice, 7:30pm
- Mar 31: Mary Ruth Brown, harp, 7:30pm
- Apr 5: Sammi Knell & Everett Sell, voice, 4pm
- Apr 7: Piano Ensemble Recital, 7:30pm
- Sep 16: Jerico Vasquez, piano recital
- Nov 5: Performing Arts Workshop
- Nov 11: Fall Musical Showcase *
- Dec 9-10: Christmas Concert *
- Feb 24-25: Die Fledermaus (The Bat) by Johann Strauss II
- Mar 24: Voices Uplifted
- Apr 28: Spring Musical Showcase
- Oct 27-29: Into the Woods, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim *
- Feb 2-6: Dessert theatre: Fools, by Neil Simon *
- Apr 21-23: Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare *
Jerico Vasquez, piano recital
Sep 16, 7:30 pm
Pianist Jerico Vasquez has performed as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician both nationally and internationally. He received his Bachelor of Music degree at University of California at Santa Barbara and his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Houston.
Into the Woods, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Oct 27-29, 7:30 pm — doors open at 7 pm
Ticket sales start October 11
BC Community: $7. Non-BC Students/Seniors: $9. Adults: $12.
Hilltop Players: Into the Woods, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by James Lapine. Originally directed on Broadway by James Lapine; orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.
An entertaining blend of some of the world’s most beloved fairy tales set to music. But like all the best fairy tales, it contains light… and darkness, becoming a metaphor of our own personal journeys in life: what paths we take, what wishes we make and ultimately what we discover along the way in regards to love, loss, values, choices, and responsibility.
Performing Arts Workshop for High Schoolers
The Bryan Performing Arts Workshop and Festival is a 1-day event on a Saturday that aims to bring talented young artists from East Tennessee and nearby areas together. The workshop includes specialty tracks for instrumentalists, pianists, theatre, and vocalists as well as a large choral ensemble, a choice of music or theatre elective classes, and insight from current collegiate music/theatre majors.
Fall Musical Showcase
Nov 11, 7:30 pm
Ticket sales start November 1
BC Community: $6. Non-BC Student: $8. Adults: $10.
Featuring the winners of the concerto competition and the Bryan College Chorale performing Vivaldi’s Gloria, as well as J. S. Bach’s Concerto for Two Keyboards in C Minor, BWV 1060, all accompanied by full orchestra.
Dec 9-10, 7:30 pm
Ticket sales start November 29
BC Community: $6. Non-BC Students: $8. Adults: $10.
Celebrate an International Christmas with us through music.
Dessert Theatre: Fools, by Neil Simon
Jan 20-21 & 24-28, 7 pm
Ticket sales start January 11
Students: $9. Adults: $12.
Leon Tolchinsky is ecstatic. He’s landed a terrific teaching job in an idyllic Russian hamlet only to find the people of the village have been cursed with Chronic Stupidity for 200 years. His job is to break the curse within 24 hours. Of course love enters the picture and Leon is faced with the challenge of his lifetime. “Bright, fresh, witty, and warm.” A performance you don’t want to miss.
Die Fledermaus (The Bat) by Johann Strauss II
Feb 24-25, 7:30 pm
Ticket sales start February 13
BC Community: $6. Non-BC Students: $8. Adults: $10.
A work that blends beautiful song and comic situations, Die Fledermaus vividly illustrates the consequences of yielding to temptation. At the encouragement of his friend, Gabriel von Eisenstein decides to postpone turning himself in for an 8-day jail sentence and instead attends the New Year’s Eve party of the young Prince Orlofsky. Little does he know that the party will also be attended by several figures in disguise, including his chamber-maid, his jailer, and his wife.
Piano Ensemble Recital
Apr 7, 7:30 pm
Featuring “A Tribute to John Williams” as well as sacred and classical numbers.
Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare
Apr 20-22, 7:30 pm
Ticket sales start April 10
BC Community: $6. Non-BC Students/Seniors: $8. Adults: $10.
One of Shakespeare’s comedies, this is a play of wit between a sparkling and clever woman and a man who is fascinated by her mind no less than her physical charms. The “duel” between these reluctant lovers provides the color and humor so characteristic of the “Bard.” Throw in a variety of other unique and interesting characters and you have one of his most humorous plays.
Spring Musical Showcase
Apr 28, 7:30 pm
Featuring the winners of the solo competition and Bryan College’s music students and ensembles.