Brennan Johns had an overarching goal for his senior recital: to make it unlike any other senior recital at IU.
In a traditional recital, he would stand in front of the audience and play his bass trombone or euphonium, interrupted by applause, for nearly an hour.
He had attended and performed in those recitals. His senior recital, he thought, should be different.
“I wanted it to be something that could adequately cap off my four years here and that people remembered,” he says. “An event.”
Brennan isn’t interested in the typical way of doing things. His time at IU is proof.