Yilin Lou of the Confucius Institute plays the guzheng at a Noon Arts concert.

Know how you’re going to celebrate Chinese New Year? Try the Noon Arts concert.

The Noon Arts concert series will bring Chinese New Year to the Lee Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 21.

Sponsored by the Augusta University Arts Council and the Confucius Institute, this show will highlight the talents of students, staff and faculty—with a Chinese cultural twist. Enjoy singing, dancing, swordsmanship and more during the university’s only official Chinese New Year celebration.

University and health system staff, faculty and students are invited. Free admission. Free food and drinks. Noon Arts returns to its regular programming in March.

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Tricia Perea is art director of internal communications and publications in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact her at tperea@augusta.edu.

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