The School of Music at Kennesaw State University will have Fresh Air Fridays from Sept. 11 to Oct. 30 from 12:30 to 1 p.m.

Faculty and students will be performing on the stage of the outdoor Legacy Gazebo on the Kennesaw campus and the event will be streamed live via Facebook and also on arts.kennesaw.edu.

There is no charge to watch the performances.

The series begins with the Faculty Jazz Duo of Sam Skelton and Trey Wright, followed by the Percussion Ensemble with John Lawless. The Brass Ensemble with Doug Lindsey will close out September.

October begins with the Cooke String Quartet with world-renowned violinist Helen Kim and Charae Krueger, artist-in-residence in cello. The second week of October will feature the Student Jazz Trio, followed by The Marching Owls performing on the Campus Green. This will be followed by the Woodwind Ensembles with John Warren and finally the Percussion Ensemble with John Lawless will close out the series.

For more information, visit MusicKSU.com.

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