The first concert on the Fergason Bravo! Series and coming to the TAMU-CC PAC ahead of their Kennedy Center debut. Through stunning performances of everything from tango and folk to Classical and jazz, Russian Renaissance is redefining the possibilities of their traditional Russian folk instruments (balalaika, domra/domra alto, button accordion, and balalaika contrabasso) and capturing the attention of audiences worldwide.
Tickets are $20/$15 general admission. $7 TAMU-CC students with valid SandDollar$ ID.
The Kielburger brothers are social entrepreneurs, passionate humanitarians, founders of the WE Movement, and New York Times best-selling authors whose mission is making “doing good, doable.” Featured as this year’s Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Distinguished Speakers Series guests, they strive to do more than “make caring cool,” they aim to help people connect.
The 25th Anniversary of Michael Martin Murphey's Cowboy Christmas Concert promises to deliver on good cheer for the holidays - the second concert on the Furgason Bravo! Series.
You won't want to miss this combination of music, poetry and stories that will put everyone in the holiday spirit.
The Westminster Choir is recognized as one of the finest choral ensembles in the United States. The ensemble has been described recently by the New York Times as "...superb. Meticulously prepared, the chorus was remarkable for its precision, unanimity and power.”
The choir forms the core of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, which performs regularly with the New York Philharmonic and The Philadelphia Orchestra - as well as visiting orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic. The ensemble will release it's next CD this fall.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra returns to the PAC on Saturday, February 16th, at 7:30 p.m., as the fourth performance of the 2018-2019 Furgason Bravo! Series. Celebrate Valentine's with the Orchestra on Saturday evening.
Celebrating 80 years together, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is a favorite of Corpus Christi audiences and always delivers a great evening of hits made famous by the Orchestra. Not to be missed!
The PEN Trio bridges performance and scholarship to explore and expand the repertoire for the traditional trio d’anches. The ensemble regularly tours throughout North America and abroad and has become known for the quality and energy of their performances.
The PEN Trio recently recorded their debut album, Found Objects in New York City with Boston-based Soundmirror. The album will include new works, written expressly for the ensemble, by William Bradbury, Jenni Brandon, M. Shawn Hundley and Aleks Sternfeld-Dunn.