Music to Our Ears
Noon Concert Series returns this fall
September 2, 2011
Story by Brian Smith, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -The music department and the OSU Library bring the Noon Concert Series back to the Edmon Low Library. The first concert is scheduled for Sept. 15 with the brass ensembles.
The Noon Concert Series allows students of the music department to showcase their talents in front of their peers and the public. The series provides continuous cultural programming in the Library in an informal setting.
“The Noon Concert Series helps the Library become a center of cultural life on campus,” OSU Professor David Oberhelman said. “The setting extends a warm and welcoming invitation for students and the community to see the talent of OSU music students.”
Other upcoming concerts to look for this semester include
- Saxophone Quartets on Oct. 6
- Trombone Ensembles and Trumpet Choir on Oct. 20
- String and Woodwind Groups on Nov. 10
All concerts are held in the Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room over the noon hour. The series of concerts is free and open to the public. Sack lunches are welcomed, and light refreshments and dessert will be provided.
Sponsors of the series include the Edmon Low Library Staff Association, the Friends of the OSU Library and the OSU Music Department.
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Last Updated: 7 Sep 2011