Upcoming Music Events at Bradley

February 23, 2022

For a list of upcoming concerts/performances by Bradley University's Department of Music, see below. All attendees, both the media and the general public, are required to follow Bradley's COVID-19 protocol. For more ticket and performance information, please call the Dingeldine Box Office at 309-677-2607.

Faculty Recitals

Wednesday | March 2

7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center

Crystal Rebone will present her first recital as a faculty member of Bradley’s Department of Music. Rebone, playing string bass, will perform classic pieces such as "Autumn Leaves" as well as tunes from Miles Davis, Sammy Fain and more. Admission is free and open to the public.

Friday | March 25

7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center

Ji Hyun Kim will present her first solo recital at Bradley. The program features masterworks by Bach, Beethoven and Scriabin. Kim will also premiere a brand new piece composed by Bradley composition faculty Lynnsey Lambrecht. Admission is free and open to the public.

Student Recitals

Saturday | March 5

7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center

Dawson Ouellette, a senior music performance and composition double major at Bradley, will present his senior composition recital. The recital will include compositions for percussion ensemble, brass quartet, string quartet, solo piano, drum set and jazz combo. Admission is free and open to the public.

Saturday | March 26

3 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center

Claire Peters, a senior music business major, will present her senior percussion recital. The recital will feature solo percussion works along with pieces featuring fellow classmates and friends. Admission is free and open to the public.

Symphonic Band Performance

Tuesday | March 8

7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center

The Bradley Symphonic Band will share its first concert of 2022 by presenting a mélange of international offerings, providing a musical tour around the world. This includes stops in Spain, Scotland, China, England, Brazil, Persia and more. The works range in variety, from a Spanish pasodoble about a chocolate maker to music based on the folk songs from the Midu region of China and fiddle tunes from eighteenth-century Perthshire, Scotland. Additionally, audience members can expect pieces from some modern-day Iran and Brazil composers and original music by Bradley faculty member Darrell Brown. Admission to this concert is $5 for adults and free for students.

Chorale Homecoming Concert

Sunday | March 27

3 p.m. | St. Mark’s Church (Peoria, IL)

The Bradley Chorale will present its homecoming tour concert in Peoria this March. The program, called “Finding Clarity,” speaks to the dichotomous nature of life and how perception alters the way you choose to live. The chorale has reflected on their inability to make and play live music for a portion of the pandemic. Together, they have realized the importance of communing to create and express, and their performance will reflect that. To learn more about the Bradley Chorale, click here. Admission to this concert is $5 for adults and free for students.