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New Virtual Concert Series Launches This Friday
Through a partnership with Enrollment and the Student Experience, Office of Community Engagement, and CNY Jazz Arts Foundation, the University is pleased to offer students, faculty and staff an exclusive virtual concert series this year. The CNY Jazz concert series will feature local acts across a variety of musical genres. Each Friday from 8 to 10 p.m. ET, the virtual concert will stream via YouTube and then remain available for additional viewings for up to five days.
The lineup of musicians during the Fall 2020 semester includes:
- Oct. 23 – Sophistafunk
A trio rooted in funk and hip-hop who explores electronic dance grooves while infusing soul and positively charged lyrics.
- Oct. 30 – Mark Nanni and The Intention
Jam/classic rock, soul and roots music of all kinds, with a collective improvisational process.
- Nov. 6 – Akuma Roots
A reggae, afrobeat and dance hall band.
- Nov. 13 – Count Blastula
A music collective performing eclectic music likened to classic jam artists such as Phish, The Allman Brothers, and The Grateful Dead.
- Nov. 20 – Quatro
An Americana music group performing original songs and compositions.
To access the concerts, visit the University Events Calendar, where the direct link to the YouTube stream will be listed for each event.
For more information, contact the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience at email@example.com.