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The concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. December 4 features Ronaldo Rolim.

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The concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. November 6 features Tulane's own Professor Faina Lushtak and the reknowned Steven Spooner.

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Spectri Sonori, a concert series and a chamber music ensemble specializing in performance of contemporary music, has been in residence at the Newcomb Music Department, Tulane University, since 1987. The series has presented the most recent compositions along with the established masterpieces of the recent past.

Join us at A Studio in the Woods for the 8th annual FORESTival: a celebration of art and nature!

Suggested $10 Donation*, KIDS FREE!

Musical performances by GIVERS, The Original Pinettes Brass Band, and Les Cenelles

Resident and guest artists John Kleinschmidt, Jonathan “rat de bois farouche” Mayers, Brandon Ballengée presenting Crude Life, Delta Collaborative's TIMESHIP #39, Punica Granatum Collective performing Bittersweet Orbit, Antenna’s Draw-a-Thon, Paper Monuments and more!

Music at Midday is a weekly concert that is free and open to the public. December 5 features Students from the Newcomb Department of Music.

Music at Midday is a weekly concert that is free and open to the public. November 28 features Ana Maria Otamendi, piano & Elena Lacheva, piano.

Music at Midday is a weekly concert that is free and open to the public. November 14 features Voice Students from the Newcomb Department of Music.

Music at Midday is a weekly concert that is free and open to the public. November 7 features Lin He on violin and Anna Maria Otamendi on piano.

Music at Midday is a weekly concert that is free and open to the public. October 31 features Alexander Russakovsky on cello and Yumi Nomoto on piano.

A weekly concert that is free and open to the public. October 24 features Kimberly Patterson on cello and Paul Sutton on guitar.

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