Bellarmine’s music program returns to in-person performances

November 16, 2021

After months of masked virtual performances Bellarmine’s music program is eagerly welcoming audiences to attend their performances in person. 

Performers will be masked but will be able to take their masks off when actively performing. Audiences are asked to wear masks as well.  

One major event to look out for will be Handel’s Messiah on Sunday November 28, at 3 p.m. The event, featuring a full orchestra and professional soloists, will be free of charge. However, a donation of $10 is recommended.  

Associate Professor of Music Tim Glasscock said: “We are very excited to be performing again— masks have been a challenge, but the students have taken it all in stride and are performing very well. We greatly look forward to a post-pandemic world where we can see each other’s faces on a regular basis.” 

Another event to prepare for is the Schola Cantorum, Singing Knights, Treble Knights Choir Holiday Concert at St James Catholic Church. The event will take place at 3 p.m. on December 5. 

Performances will not require tickets and are free attendance with the exception of Little Shop of Horrors, November 19-21. Tickets for Little Shop of Horrors may be purchased through Eventbrite.

Below is the calendar of the events for what remains of the Fall and Spring semesters.


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