Concert series restarts Tuesdays at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma

Tuesday Noon Concerts offer a 30-minute concert performed by OU music students and faculty at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: September 8, 2013
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Tuesday Noon Concerts return for the lunch hour at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma. The complimentary weekly concert series begins at noon Tuesday in the museum's Sandy Bell Gallery.

A cooperative effort between the OU School of Music and the museum, Tuesday Noon Concerts offer a 30-minute concert performed by OU music students and faculty. The concerts will be held each Tuesday through Nov. 19.

Music professor Larry Hammett opens the series Tuesday with students from the guitar studio. The following week will offer students from the flute studio, led by professor Laura Kellogg. Additional concerts in the fall include voice performances, an opera preview, violin, clarinet and piano. The series closes on Nov. 19 with the tuba and euphonium studio under the direction of professor Brian Dobbins.

The complete schedule of Tuesday Noon Concerts dates and performers is available on the museum website at www.ou.edu/fjjma. Gallery talks or Art After Noon programs follow select Tuesday Noon Concerts at 12:30 p.m.; the full fall calendar for the museum also is available on the website.

The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is located in the OU Arts District on the corner of Elm Avenue and Boyd Street, at 555 Elm Ave. on the OU Norman campus. Admission to the museum is complimentary to all visitors. The museum is closed on Mondays. Information and accommodations on the basis of disability are available by calling 325-4938 or visiting www.ou.edu/fjjma.



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