The Bill of Rights feat. Antonin Scalia

Before DJ $CALIATOR takes the stage next Thursday evening, Festival Harmony and Wesleyan Singers will open the show with “The Bill of Rights,” an original composition by Professor Bruce. (Tip: Justice Scalia will be in attendance, and you are welcome to stare.) More from Mandy Goldstone ’12:

To celebrate the visit of Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Festival Harmony, Wesleyan Singers and assisting
instrumentalists will be singing the Bill of Rights, an original composition by Professor of Music Neely Bruce. If you like four-part harmony, government documents, or just want to see Scalia in the flesh while he’s at Wes, this is for you!

Performances will be on Thursday, March 8th at 3:15 and 4:15. If you didn’t snag one of the 175 tickets for Scalia’s lecture, then you can still catch a glimpse of him here, as he has been a confirmed guest for the 3:15 performance.

The Bill of Rights runs approximately 35 minutes.

Date: Thursday, March 8
Time: 3:15 pm, 4:15 pm
Place: Memorial Chapel
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