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TCSFKAJATG - Coming Feb. 16 to Augusta University

First things first. Since the last Jazz at the G concert, the name of the university where these events take place has changed. They’re now on the campus of Augusta University. So we have to change the name of the concert series. And we’ve had some fascinating suggestions: “Jazzy”, said with a bit of a Southern drawl so it can be spelled, “Jazz-A.” Another suggestion called for us to employ our best New Jersey accent to say “Hey You! Jazz here!”…sort of like a hot dog vendor at a Yankees game…but spell it “A-U Jazz Here”.

Classical, with a touch of Jazz, at GPB-Augusta CMCS Holiday Concert | December 1st

Pines trees, sleigh rides, snow-covered fields, family visits, and extra-large meals.

"How the Grinch Stole..."
"It’s beginning to look a lot like…"
"I’m dreaming of a white…."
"Have a holly-jolly..."
"T’was the night before…"

You get the idea, right?

It’s time to get in the holiday spirit! And nothing seems to make it feel more like Christmas than “the songs of the season”.

Jazz At The G Nov. 10th, 2015: This Time, It's All About the Students

Jazz At The G #2 - Tuesday, November 10th at Maxwell Theatre on the GRU (soon to be Augusta University) campus 

One of the characteristics of student musical ensembles is that the personnel change from semester to semester. Each new player seasons the succotash with their own unique blend of musical herbs and spices. Much like an old recipe that calls for a "pinch" of this and a "measure" of that, every time it's prepared, it's as tasty and fulfilling as you remember--but, somehow, just a little bit different.

GPB-Augusta partners with Georgia Regents University Department of Music to launch "The Classical Music Concert Series"

Music is major on the campus of Georgia Regents University (soon to be Augusta University)!

Take a quick glance at the calendars for the venues on campus and you’ll find a menagerie of melodies as varied as the colors in a prism.

This year, GPB-Augusta and Georgia Regents University's Dept. of Music are adding to the offerings with the launch of “The Classical Music Concert Series”. We’re presenting three events for discerning audiences that appreciate the Joy of Strauss, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, and much more.

GPB-Augusta partners with Augusta University Department of Music to launch "The Classical Music Concert Series"

Music is major on the campus of Augusta University!

Take a quick glance at the calendars for the venues on campus and you’ll find a menagerie of melodies as varied as the colors in a prism.

This year, GPB-Augusta and Augusta University's Dept. of Music are adding to the offerings with the launch of “The Classical Music Concert Series”. We’re presenting three events for discerning audiences that appreciate the Joy of Strauss, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, and much more.

Jazz Returns 9/12 for Season Two of #JazzAtTheG at GRU Augusta

It's the return of GPB-Augusta’s “Jazz At The G” concert series-- one of the first big campus and community events of the fall 2015 Semester -- Saturday September 12th, 6pm, outdoors at The D. Douglas Barnard Jr. Amphitheatre on GRU Augusta's Summerville Campus

#JazzAtTheG Season Two Comin' Atcha Sept. 12th @ GRU Augusta

One of the first big campus and community events of the fall 2015 Semester at Georgia Regents University in Augusta is the return of GPB-Augusta’s “Jazz At The G” concert series, Saturday September 12th, 6pm, outdoors at The D. Douglas Barnard Jr. Amphitheatre on GRU’s Summerville Campus.

Jazz At The G Kicks Off Its 2015-2016 Season Sept. 12th!

As the students are preparing to return to campus for the fall 2015 semester at Georgia Regents University in Augusta, we are getting ready for another year of the “Jazz At The G” concert series.

Caribbean-Flavored Jazz at THIS WEEK's #JazzAtTheG | GRU Augusta.

#JazzAtTheG is BACK! This Thursday, April 16th, at GRU's Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre.

The Billie Holiday Centennial! April 7, 2015

Billie Holiday was born 100 years ago today on April 7, 1915. She made her impact on the world with her soul-stirring, heartbreaking and unique interpretations of song. Her life story is filled with highs and lows, majesty and myth, but in the final analysis of this great artist’s contribution, it’s all about the music. Just, LISTEN…LISTEN….LISTEN! From “Violets For My Furs”, “Lady Sings The Blues” to “Autumn In New York”, there is definitely a Billie Holiday tune to match your mood.

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