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The COD music faculty created Music Fridays @ Noon to showcase student, faculty, alumni and guest artists in a free, accessible daytime series of music performances and related events. The series is open to the entire COD community as a place where a broad spectrum of music is on display. Concerts are approximately one hour in length.

Events are subject to change, depending upon COVID-19 restrictions. Visit this webpage for the links to each concert and downloadable programs. For more information, contact Lee Kesselman at kesselma@cod.edu.

September
3   COD Jazz/pop Combo on the patio
17   Faculty Spotlight:  Julia DiLiberti (Humanities Faculty)  Listen to My Rights: Music, Social Justice and Voting Rights (in conjunction with the Constitution Day Committee)
24  (no event)

October
1  Alumnus Spotlight: Amelia Harlovic, mezzo-soprano & songwriter
8  Guest Artist:  Stacey Eliason, French horn, and William Buhr, piano
15 Music Student Recital
22 Faculty Spotlight: David Rice, jazz piano Improvisation on the ii-v7-I and Blues Progression
29  Faculty Spotlight: Carolyn May, flute, Julie Spring, harp, Cindy Trowbridge, piano; Music of Mozart, Ibert & Piazzolla

November
5  Faculty Spotlight: The Matt Shevitz Quartet
12 Alumnus Spotlight: The Wang / De Leon Percussion Duo
19 Faculty Spotlight:  Andy Rozsa, bass trombone, and Katherine Petersen, piano

December
3  Music Student Recital
8  Student Spotlight: Justin Gjata, piano (NOTE: THIS IS A WEDNESDAY)
10 Music Student Recital

Live events held in MAC 140. Questions?  Contact Lee Kesselman, kesselma@cod.ed

Watch below to see previous Music Friday @ Noon programming:

 

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