The Canadian Brass will be making a stop at Bob Jones University in Greenville on Jan. 26.
The quintet, which features two trombones and a tuba, trumpet and horn, will perform in the university’s Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium at 7:30 p.m. From there, the musical group will travel to Union, New Jersey, for a performance on Jan. 28.
“We’re so pleased to be a part of the Canadian Brass’s upcoming tour,” said BJU’s School of Fine Arts and Communication Dean Darren Lawson. “Our audience is in store for a wonderful evening of music from this world-renowned brass ensemble.”
The Canadian Brass was founded in 1970 and has performed in over 60 countries. This tour only features one original member, tuba player Chuck Daellenbach.
Admission is available for up to $47.99 per ticket. For more information, visit showpass.com/o/bjutickets.