Coastal Carolina University's POP 101 and World Music Ensembles will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3 in Wheelwright Auditorium to celebrate the University's Homecoming Week.
General admission is $9; Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) members, alumni and senior citizens (65+) are $7; teens (11-17) are $3; and children (10 and under) are admitted free, but must be accompanied by an adult.
The homecoming concert will feature the University's best student rock 'n' roll musicians. The show will include performances by the University's POP 101 ensemble, the African Drum and Dance ensemble, C-PAN (steel drum band) and the Brazilian ensemble.
POP 101 is the University's contemporary ensemble, directed by Dan O'Reilly, instructor of music. The dynamic group performs popular music in a rock band context, and includes students who play guitar, bass drums, keyboard and horns, as well as vocalists. POP 101 will feature selections from the Woodstock Tribute show from last semester and audience favorites.
C-PAN is the University's steel drum band, which is a trademark of Caribbean music. Steel drum bands, which originated in Trinidad, use 55-gallon oil drums that comprise a family of soprano, alto, tenor and bass voices. The concert will feature selections from C-PAN along with the African Drum and Dance ensemble and the Brazilian ensemble. These groups make up CCU's World Music Ensembles which provide a diverse presentation of world music.
For tickets and information, contact Wheelwright Box Office from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 843-349-2502 or email@example.com.