Francis Marion University | Colton Parker FMU Artist Series

Francis Marion University presents

Colton Parker, bass

FMU Artist Series

Francis Marion University Kassab Recital Hall, Hyman Fine Arts Center
Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at 7:30pm

Colton Parker is a Nashville based singer-songwriter and musician. The man is talented doing everything from singing, to playing bass, and even running sound. His hard work has made him a recognizable face around Music Row and led to him playing on the road with some of Country Music’s biggest acts.

RESERVATIONS: Free admission, no advance reservations.

Joe Bergamini FMU Artist Series

Francis Marion University Artist Series presents Joe Bergamini

Performing at the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center

Thursday March 7 at 7:30 pm

Joe Bergamini maintains a diverse career as a drummer, educator, author and publisher. Most well-known for his original progressive rock playing, Joe is the drummer in the bands 4Front and Happy the Man. He also works extensively on Broadway, on shows such as Movin’ Out, Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Rock of Ages, In the Heights, and Million Dollar Quartet.

Joe is the author of six popular drum books, Senior Drum Editor for Hudson Music, co-owner (with Dom Famularo) of Wizdom Media LLC, and an internationally recognized drum clinician and educator. He proudly endorses Tama drums, Sabian cymbals, Vic Firth sticks, Evans drumheads, and Latin Percussion.

Joe has generously made this trip to Francis Marion University to work with our Music Industry students and provides this program for the rest of us!

RESERVATIONS: Reservations may be made by calling the FMU Performing Arts Center at 843-661-4444 between 12:00 and 5:00 pm.

Two Gentlemen of Verona Performed by the American Shakespeare Center

Chapman Auditorium, McNair Science Building

The Francis Marion University Artist Series has chosen to bring back the acclaimed touring ensemble of the American Shakespeare Center during their “Hungry Hearts Tour.”

They will perform William Shakespeare’s Two Gentlement of Verona.

RESERVATIONS: General admission, no advance reservations. This performance is presented free of charge thanks to the generosity of Bernie and Kathy Campbell and the Francis Marion University Artist Series.