Music & Theatre
The Bryan College Chamber Singers is a select 18-voice group that has performed nationwide, in Europe, and in the Bahamas. Their repertoire includes a wide range of styles such as classical, spirituals, gospel, and contemporary. Membership is open to music majors and non-majors by audition each fall. The Chamber Singers also perform with the Bryan Chorale.
The Bryan Chorale is the music department’s primary choral ensemble. Membership is open to music majors and non-majors by audition each fall. In addition to performing at many venues throughout the school year, the Chorale goes on tour each spring break and sings at churches, schools, and many other locations. The group’s concerts and recordings have been received enthusiastically throughout the United States and Europe, including the Lincoln Center in New York City; the Pentagon in Washington, DC; and Westminster Abbey in London.
Bryan College’s theatre troupe has performed since 1962, with official advisory status from 1972. Recently, the troupe has flourished under the direction of theatre professor Mrs. Alexis Marsh. The program boasts a wide variety of productions, from Greek tragedies to modern mysteries.
Additionally, Hilltop Players works in tandem with the Music Department annually to produce popular musicals.
Students of all majors may audition for roles and apply for college credit. Performances are open to the public.
The Bryan College Orchestra Club is a gathering of students who play a band or orchestra instrument for the purpose of encouraging community and creating art through ensemble music. They rehearse Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 in Rudd 112. Please contact David Quillman for more information.
President: David Quillman
Advisor: Allyson Underwood
Bryan College is a small, regionally accredited Christian liberal arts college located in Dayton, TN. With both on-campus and online programs, more than 50 areas of study are offered for Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate degrees, as well as professional certificates.
Founded in 1930, Bryan College has a rich legacy of educating students to become servants of Christ and make a difference in today’s world.