Join USA for a 'Season of Celebration'
Posted on November 17, 2015 by Bob Lowry
If you’re looking for the perfect gift, this may be it. One size fits all. It’s free. And, best of all, you’re sure to enjoy it.
The gift is the annual holiday concert presented by the University of South Alabama Department of Music. Titled “Season of Celebration,” this year’s event is Thursday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Mitchell Center. Doors open at 5:30 and the concert is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public.
“The Department of Music is always excited to perform at the University’s annual holiday concert,” said Dr. Greg Gruner, professor and chair of music at USA. “It is a wonderful opportunity for the University community, as well as the Mobile community, to enjoy the uplifting performances of our talented students and faculty.”
Faculty soloists and student ensembles performing will include the Concert Choir, University Chorale, Wind Ensemble, Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop, Orchestra, Woodwind Quintet, Clarinet Ensemble, Celtic Crue, Steel Band, Herald Trumpets, Jazz Ensemble and the Jaguar Marching Band.
Free parking will be available in the following lots: Mitchell Center, Gamma, Humanities, and Mitchell College of Business. Handicapped parking will be available in the Mitchell Center lot. JagTran will be providing round-trip transportation from these parking lots to the Mitchell Center before and after the event.
Complimentary holiday refreshments will be served following the concert.
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