YSU Dana School of Music and The Butler Institute – Music at Noon

March 1, 2017

March 1, 2017

12:15 To 1:15

(330) 941-2307

Event Description

Youngstown State University Dana School of Music, in collaboration with The Butler Institute of American Art, presents Music at Noon performances.  Performances are held on Wednesdays at  12:15 PM at The Butler Institute of American Art.  The concerts are free and open to the public.

This semester’s concerts will conclude on April 26th and will resume again in the fall.

Performances scheduled for the month of March are as follows:


March 1st – Percussion Ensemble Recital

March 15th – Voice Department Recital

March 22nd – Brass Chamber Ensembles Recital

March 29th – Early Music Ensemble Recital


Patrons are advised that Wick Avenue is under construction. University Plaza at Wick Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic so patrons should follow posted signage or park in the Wick Avenue deck (M30) via the back entrance from Walnut Street, and walk over the adjacent bridge to the Butler. GPS coordinates to the deck entrance are 100 Wade Street, Youngstown, OH 44502. More information is available by calling the Office of Community Engagement and Events at 330-941-2307. A complete calendar of events is available at www.ysu.edu.

Bliss Hall

One University Plaza

Youngstown, OH  44555


CONTACT:  Lori Factor

Cell: (330) 727-7514

 Office: (330) 941-2307



Department of Community

Engagement and Events

The Donald P. Pipino Performing Arts Series

How to Register?

CONTACT:  Lori Factor,  Cell: (330) 727-7514 / Office: (330) 941-2307

March 1st – Percussion Ensemble Recital
March 15th – Voice Department Recital
March 22nd – Brass Chamber Ensembles Recital
March 29th – Early Music Ensemble Recital

Contact Information


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