Today: Noon Arts concert showcases campus talent

man playing guitar on stage
A moment from a previous Noon Arts Concert.

Augusta University’s got talent, and you can experience it for free at “Noon Arts: Live at the Lee” on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Lee Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus.

The free event is sponsored by the Augusta University Arts Council and is a great opportunity to see Augusta University students, faculty and staff as they play instruments, recite poetry, dance or sing.

A limited quantity of lunches will be provided, and those in attendance can enter a drawing to win tickets to the musical Camelot, which will be performed Feb. 10–12 at the Maxwell Theatre on the Summerville Campus. Members of the cast will be there to preview the show.

Scheduled performers include:

  • Kate Armstrong, Medical College of Georgia
  • Dr. Rod Mackert, The Dental College of Georgia
  • Cole Owens, Medical College of Georgia
  • Denise Parrish, Division of Communications and Marketing
  • Calvin W. Pennywell Jr., Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and The Dental College of Georgia
  • The SeroTONEins • Medical College of Georgia and The Dental College of Georgia
  • Yuyi Zhang, James M. Hull College of Business

The Camelot preview will feature Sawyer Branham as Guenevere and Daon Drisdom as King Arthur.

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