Noon Arts performers impress with talent, courage

 

An enthusiastic audience that included none other than President Brooks Keel, who even tweeted from his seat at the Lee Auditorium, enjoyed the initial “Noon Arts: Live at the Lee” concert on Wednesday, Oct. 5.

The “Noon Arts: Live at the Lee” concerts continue at noon on Dec. 7, Feb. 1 and April 12 in the Lee Auditorium.

For December, in addition to regular acts, the show will have a few winter holiday-themed showdowns. The Division of Communications and Marketing is challenging the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs, and The Dental College of Georgia is challenging an as yet unnamed college; stay tuned to find out which one.

Augusta University’s got talent, and the audience will choose which of these units are winners.

If you’d like to perform at an upcoming show, contact Tricia Perea at tperea@augusta.edu.

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