MENU
category: Campus News

Delta Omicron to host Halloween Benefit Concert

(Oct. 23, 2015) — Carson-Newman University’s Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Omicron will host its third annual Halloween Benefit Concert Tuesday, October 27 at 6:30 p.m. in Thomas Recital Hall, located in the Tarr Music Center.

The concert will feature music from Broadway favorites such as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats” and Alan Menken’s “The Little Mermaid,” as well as fun takes on music from motion pictures such as “Jurassic Park” and “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”

An after-party in the lobby of the Tarr Music Center will follow the concert, with concessions, games and contests. Guests can meet their favorite characters from the show after the performance.

Money raised at the concert each year goes to benefit music programs in East Tennessee. This year funds will support Knoxville’s Joy of Music School, and the start of a percussion program at the Girls Club of Morristown.

The event is open to the public. Admission is $2 for students and children and $5 for adults.

Tarr Music Center is located along Russell Avenue on Carson-Newman’s campus.

Previous Post

Operation Inasmuch 10th Anniversary

Next Post

University continues energy-saving partnership

Related Posts

  • Campus News

    C-N named a “College of Distinction,” marks 10th straight year for award

    For a tenth straight year Carson-Newman University is named a “College of Distinction.” The 2024-2025 honor comes from Texas-based organization, Colleges of Distinction. The company cited Carson-Newman’s dedication to fostering […]

  • Campus News

    New grant to bolster program, “help students fulfill calling, purpose”

    A new $50,000 grant to Carson-Newman University will support students in their development as servant-leaders; a goal pulled directly from the school’s mission statement. The Capacity-Building Grant comes from The […]

  • Campus News

    University recognized for supporting community college transfer students

    Transferring from a community college to a four-year school can be daunting. But according to Carson-Newman University’s Jamie Hamer, the experience doesn’t have to be. “We try to remove obstacles […]