Noon Concert Series Returns for Fall
Library & music department partnership provides popular programming
September 28, 2012
Story by Austin Bowles, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -The OSU Library and the music department team up again to offer the Noon Concert Series at the OSU Library. The first performance is scheduled for Oct. 4 with the trombone and horn ensembles.
The Noon Concert Series gives students from the music department an opportunity to present their talents to the student body and the public. The series provides continuous cultural programming in the Library in an informal setting.
“The Noon Concert Series gives students a much needed opportunity to perform for audiences, and provides a free, relaxed lunchtime concert for the OSU and Stillwater community,” OSU Librarian David Oberhelman said. “The series features a broad range of classical music from all periods, and is educational as well as very entertaining.”
Future concerts to look for this fall include:
- Trumpet and Tuba Ensembles on Oct. 18
- Saxophone Ensembles and Brass Choir on Nov. 8
- String, Woodwind and Piano Groups on Nov. 29
Each concert is free, open to the public and held in the Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room from 12-1 p.m. Sack lunches are welcomed, and light refreshments and dessert will be provided.
The series is sponsored by the Edmon Low Library Staff Association, the Friends of the OSU Library and the OSU Music Department.
For more information on this series, visit www.library.okstate.edu or call 405-744-7331.
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Last Updated: 28 SEP 2012