November 22, 2016
SECU Quarterly (Fall 2016)
By: Torie Johnson
SECU (Twitter: @TheSECU)
Typically, the entertainment at a reception or formal dinner is meant to be background, loud enough to be noticed but soft enough to be unobtrusive. This has been the traditional at SEC events as well. However, that will change next month when a group of student jazz musicians take the stage during several activities associated with the SEC Football Championship Game.
For the first time, students will have an opportunity to showcase their musical talents during the SEC Legends Dinner, when the SEC honors former football student-athletes and administrators from each conference university, and the SEC Pregame Hospitality Party.
The students were selected by their institutions, and many have won awards for their musicianship. They will have one opportunity to rehearse together before the first performance and are scheduled to be recognized during the SEC Football Championship Game. I hope you will take a moment to learn more about this and other SEC academic programs in this edition of the SECU Quarterly.
Click here to read SECU Quarterly (Fall 2016).