The College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media is excited to present the annual Fourth of July Celebration Recital, which will be performed by UNO carillon studies alumni Brent Shaw on the carillon inside the UNO Henningson Memorial Campanile. Due to the holiday schedule, this year's performance will be held on the observed holiday, Monday, July 5.
This recital is free of charge and will feature a variety of selections performed on the bronze bells of the Campanile. Audience members can gather outside the bell tower or can enjoy the music from their vehicle. Families can sit together but must be socially distanced 6 feet from other guests. There is limited seating, so feel free to bring your own chairs. The Community Engagement Center will be open to the public for use of restrooms and water fountains.
If you cannot attend this year's event, enjoy the 2020 recital on YouTube and Soundcloud.
There is open parking across campus on weekends (no permit required ). The closest lots to the bell tower are D, E, and M. Click here for more details on parking, including a campus map.
Can't attend this year's carillon concert in person? The 2020 recital video and SoundCloud audio are included below.
- Watch the recital video on YouTube
- Listen to the recital on SoundCloud
- Download the 2020 Recital program
- Learn about the Henningson Memorial Campanile
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