Arts at Noon brings nationally and internationally-known musicians to Grand Valley State University for hour-long performances at noon on 14 Wednesdays each year. All performances are held in Cook-DeWitt Center on the Allendale campus (see map) and are free for students, faculty, and the general public.
The Fall, 2016 lineup includes a professional soloist, duo, quartet, and quintets as well as an Argentinian Tango group with dancers!
In Winter, 2017 you will be mesmerized by the varied sounds of a symphony orchestra, a piano trio, a jazz quartet, vocal music from the 12th century, a new music ensemble from New York, a percussion group featuring steel band music, and you will get to know how harpsichords and organs make the sounds which have changed the history of music!
NOTE: Use the menu on the left to explore upcoming performances.
We are delighted to make this wide variety of outstanding performances available so that you can have a 50 minute musical respite in the middle of a hectic day of classes. We simply ask that you abide by the following concert etiquette so that other audience members and the performers are not disturbed: