College of DuPage hosts virtual 'Music Fridays @ Noon' this spring

  • Enjoy free performances and presentations by College of DuPage students, faculty, alumni and guests during the "Music Fridays @ Noon" starting Jan. 29.

    Enjoy free performances and presentations by College of DuPage students, faculty, alumni and guests during the "Music Fridays @ Noon" starting Jan. 29. Courtesy of College of DuPage

 
Submitted by COD News Bureau
Updated 1/25/2021 6:24 PM

The College of DuPage Music program will present free musical performances and discussions Fridays this spring virtually via the McAninch Arts Center website.

"Music Fridays @ Noon" is a series of one-hour programs featuring free performances and presentations by COD students, faculty, alumni and guests.

 

The spring program kicks off Jan. 29 with a music program student recital.

Future performances feature a celebration of Black History Month with COD Professor of Music Lee Kesselman and the COD Chamber Singers (Feb. 12); "The Chicago Connection: Music by Hometown Heroes," with the Matt Shevitz Quartet (March 12); a Music program student recital (March 19); a faculty recital (March 26); a faculty spotlight with Andy Rozsa and a guest pianist (April 9); an alumni spotlight with singer, songwriter and educator Louise Kelly (April 16); faculty members Karol Sue Reddington and Marcia Lehe performing Manuel Infante's "Danses Andalouses" for two pianos (April 23); and Music program student recitals (May 7 and 14).

Learn more about "Music Fridays @ Noon" at www.atthemac.org/music-fridays-noon/.

Learn more about the music program at www.cod.edu/academics/programs/music/index.aspx.

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