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Nov. 1-3: WSU School of Music concerts

Music Concerts - Vocal-Performance-Majors-Katie-Bernt-and-Andrew-Turner PULLMAN, Wash. – Following is a list of performances offered Nov. 1-3 through the WSU School of Music.

  • Wednesday, Nov. 1 – WSU’s 25th annual Jazz Festival, Kimbrough Concert Hall, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., free admission.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 1 – Jazz Festival Gala Concert, noon, Bryan Hall Theatre, free admission.
  • Friday, Nov. 3 – Big Band II, Kimbrough Concert Hall, 3:10 p.m., free admission.
  • Friday, Nov. 3 – Guitar Studio, Kimbrough Concert Hall, 4:10 p.m., free admission.
  • Friday, Nov. 3 – WSU’s 32nd annual  Vocal Extravaganza!, 8 p.m., Bryan Hall Theatre. Tickets for the Vocal Extravaganza will be available at Bryan Hall Theatre at 7p.m. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students with ID, and free for children 12 and under. All proceeds go directly to the student ensembles for music, performances/productions and tours.

For more information on any of these concerts, see the WSU music calendar, https://calendar.wsu.edu/events/category/school-of-music, or contact Sandra Albers, sandra_albers@wsu.edu.

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