Free noontime concert series begins Feb. 27 featuring student performing groups
By on February 20, 2014
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Student performing groups from the Department of Music will be featured in a series of free noontime concerts that kicks off on Thursday, Feb. 27, on the patio of the School of Medicine Education Building.
The “Music as Medicine” series, conceived jointly by faculty in the Department of Music and School of Medicine, begins with the North Indian Tabla Drum Ensemble, directed by Abhiman Kaushal, and the Bagpipe Ensemble, directed by Ian Whitelaw. The free performances are open to the campus and greater Riverside community.
All of the concerts will be held at noon on the outdoor patio on the north side of the School of Medicine Education Building, adjacent to the well-traveled pedestrian plaza between that building and the Orbach Science Library.
The concert series schedule is as follows:
There is no admission charge for the concerts. Parking on campus will cost $6 for individuals without a current UCR parking permit. Purchase permits at the information kiosk near the campus entrance at University Avenue.