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  • Trumpet Extravaganza

    April 23, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Performance featuring student and faculty trumpet players led by Dr. Doug Lindsey, Coordinator of Brass and Assistant Professor of Trumpet. This performance is non-ticketed and admission is free of charge. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • KSU Women's Choir with E.T. Booth Middle School 8th Grade Chorus

    April 24, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Performance featuring KSU Women's Choir directed by Dr. Alison Mann, Associate Professor of Choral Music Education, with guest performance by the E.T. Booth Middle School 8th Grade Chorus. This performance is non-ticketed and admission is free of charge. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • Symphony Orchestra

    April 25, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Performance featuring the KSU Symphony Orchestra led by Dr. Nathaniel Parker, Director of Orchestral String Studies. Tickets for this performance are $12-15. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • Jazz Ensembles

    April 26, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Performance featuring KSU Jazz Ensemble I led by Director of Jazz Studies Sam Skelton and KSU Jazz Ensemble II led by Wes Funderburk, Artist-in-Residence in Jazz Studies and Jazz Trombone. Tickets for this performance are $12-15. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • Signature Series: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

    April 27, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hal

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    The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra returns to Kennesaw State University to tackle classical symphonies by two big personalities and feature KSU's own as soloist. The spirit of 18th-century composer Franz Joseph Haydn hovers over this concert led by conductor Carlo Rizzi. 20th century Russian Sergei Prokofiev pays homage to Haydn in his nimble and puckish "Classical" Symphony while Beethoven, a cantankerous student of Haydn, echoed the master in his sunny and explosively exuberant Symphony No. 2 one hundred years earlier. Elizabeth Koch Tiscione, ASO Principal Oboe and KSU Artist-in-Residence, solos in Mozart's Oboe Concerto. Tickets for this performance are $25-55.

 

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