TCU School of Music at the Bass

presents

The Music of John Corigliano

Performed by the TCU Wind Symphony, the TCU Symphony Orchestra, and the TCU Concert Chorale

Monday, September 26, 7:30 pm, Bass Performance Hall

 

Celebrating the music of world-renowned American composer John Corigliano, the TCU School of Music presents an array of Corigliano’s masterful pieces, including the delightful and ecstatic Promenade Overture, the touchingly sweet Fern Hill, and the centerpiece—an immersive multi-dimensional concert experience in Corigliano’s transformative, colossal masterpiece Circus Maximus

TCU at the Bass is a biennial celebration of music, performed by the TCU School of Music in Fort Worth’s downtown Bass Performance Hall.

**Please be aware that a live gunshot will be SIMULATED in this performance.**

• Ticket information (general public)

Bass Hall ticket link
Box Office: 877-212-4280

$20 general admission, $10 seniors, children, students; Free with TCU ID (limit one, advanced ticket reservations are required)

Groups (10+ people): Contact Kristen Queen at (817) 257-6349, email at k.queen@tcu.edu        

             
Don’t miss additional performances of Corigliano’s work throughout the week:

Festival of American Song 
September 27-28, TCU PepsiCo Recital Hall
Performances of Corigliano’s work, master class and artist talk.

TCU Symphony Orchestra in Concert
Thursday, September 29, 7 pm, TCU Ed Landreth Hall
Free Admission