Don’t miss ‘Noon Arts: Live at the Lee’ today at noon

The official lineup of performers has been announced for the first event in the 2016/2017 Noon Arts Concert Series, and it’s got something for everyone.

Master of Ceremonies Bill Andrews of the Medical Illustration program, who is past president of the Augusta University Arts Council and remains an integral board member, will introduce the list of performers, which includes students, staff and faculty from the Summerville and Health Sciences campuses.

Light snacks and drinks will be provided by the Arts Council, so be sure to head down to the Lee Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 5, and find out just how talented your fellow Jags really are.

List of performances:

“This is the Stuff”
Composed by Francesca Battistelli
Performed by Denise Parrish
Division of Communications & Marketing

“Beauty and the Beast”
Composed by Alan Menken
Performed by Dr. Lori Anderson
College of Nursing
Flute

“Just a Freestyle”
Composed and Performed by Michael Gamble
Environmental Services
Spoken word/poetry

“April”
Composed by Dr. Rodway Mackert
Performed by Richard Upton
The Dental College of Georgia, Class of 2019
And Dr. Rodway Mackert
The Dental College of Georgia
Violin and guitar duet

“Zigunerwisen”
Composed by Pablo Sarasate
Performed by Richard Upton
Violin

“Note to God”
Composed by Diane Warren
Performed by Meagan Mays
Dual Enrollment, Class of 2020
Vocal

“Stood Out”
Composed by Sebastian Afonso
Performed by Sebastian Afonso and Seth Parks
College of Allied Health Sciences, Class of 2018
Guitar, vocals and banjo

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