Summer 2003 School of the Arts events

Summer 2003 School of the Arts events

Georgia (Mar 11, 2003) — Summer 2003 School of the Arts events

Cheryl Anderson Brown

Abstract

Additional information about these events can be found at www.kennesaw.edu/arts/benefit.



MUSIC

May 4

Starlight Summer Series. "Swing Fever." The Kennesaw State University Jazz Ensemble performs. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



May 18

Starlight Summer Series. Nnenna Freelon‚ jazz vocalist‚ performs. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



June 4

Starlight Summer Series. The Atlanta Wind Symphony performs. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



June 29

Starlight Summer Series. The Army Ground Forces Band performs a patriotic concert. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



July 10−13

Starlight Summer Series. "The Fantasticks" performed by Kennesaw Stage Company. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



July 27

Starlight Summer Series. Francine Reed‚ jazz vocalist‚ performs with Java Monkey. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



August 19

Starlight Summer Series. Russell Gunn‚ jazz instrumentalist‚ and Ethnomusicology perform. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



August 24

Starlight Summer Series. The Kennesaw State University Jazz Ensemble performs. 8 p.m. Legacy Gazebo & Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.



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