To showcase all the Fine Arts programs, band directors Kristan Ware and Angela DeLozier invited the other fine arts programs to participate.
The program began with an energized performance by Quadrant D, the BCHS rock band, under the guidance of Ware and Gwen Shroyer. The Southeast Trumpet Connection, an instrumental ensemble from Lee University, made a special guest appearance and performed two selections. The Bradley band continued the musical flow with their first two numbers.
In lieu of an intermission, a group from the Bradley Drama Club performed a comedy improv routine that delighted the crowd. The band returned to complete its program. The band had a special treat in store for the crowd. It performed a challenging piece composed by Lee University’s David Holsinger, but with a twist. After cueing the start, Ware walked away and the band played an extraordinary rendition without a conductor.
To round out the evening, the BCHS show choir Vocal Motion, under the direction of Laura Guyton, joined the band for an arrangement of “America the Beautiful.” Art works from the students of Matthew Moser and Christina Reagan were displayed in the hallway outside the theater to complete the Fine Arts theme.