Pam and I are going to see this tonight. I'm excited. My kilt is in need of a cleaning and it's a mite nippy to be wearing a skirt so I probably won't wear that. But I'm thinking of a red sweater with my clan sash over it. I have to wear something tartan.
There will be a review later.
Beverage: Assam tea
February 5, 2010
Band of the Irish Guards and the Royal Regiment of Scotland come to Wheaton
The Artist Series at Wheaton College presents the Band of the Irish Guards and the Royal Regiment of Scotland in a performance Friday, February 5 at 8 p.m. Noted for their excellence and steeped in traditions of music and military service, the groups visit Wheaton on their debut tour of the United States.
The performance will take place in Edman Chapel, located on the northeast corner of Washington and Franklin Streets in Wheaton (campus map). Ticket prices range from $39–$53 for general audience with discounts for students and seniors over 60.
As a pre-concert event, Dr. Gene Green, Wheaton College Professor of New Testament and bagpiper with the Chicago Highlanders, will present a lecture titled “Twelve Clansmen and a Bagpipe Make a Rebellion: The History, Mechanics, and Music of the Great Highland Bagpipe.” This event is free and open to the public and begins at 6:45 p.m. in room 339 of Blanchard Hall, located at 501 College Avenue in Wheaton (campus map).
For more information, or to order concert tickets, call the Ticket and Information Office at 630.752.5010. Online orders may be placed through Wednesday February 3 at www.ArtistSeries.org.