The University of Quincy Music Department will host its Hawk Express Jazz Band Fall Concert on Sunday, October 23 at 3 p.m. at the Connie Niemann Center for Music located on QU’s North Campus (17e and Chemin du Séminaire). The concert is free and open to the public. The group is under the direction of Dr. Christine Damm, DMA, dean of the School of Fine Arts and Communication.

The Hawk Express Jazz Band will perform a wide range of jazz tunes including The chicken, Pearl necklace, #1 No pickles, and Birks Works. Senior Music Education major Cody Collins will be featured on the feature Trumpet, feels so Alright, a track made famous by Chuck Mangione. Senior Kassidy Venvertloh, tenor saxophone, will be featured on the beautiful ballad midnight journey.

For more information, contact Christine Damm at 217-228-5432 ext. 3159.

Founded in 1860 by Franciscan friars, Quincy University is a small Catholic university with an emphasis on the sciences, liberal arts, and professions. Quincy University offers undergraduate, graduate, and adult education programs that incorporate practical experience and Franciscan values. Faculty and advisors work with students to design personalized success plans to help them graduate on time, find their passion, and prepare them for life. QU is a member of NCAA Division II for intercollegiate athletics. For more information, please visit www.quincy.edu or contact the Office of Community Relations at (217) 228-5275 or communityrelations@quincy.edu. Quincy University. Success by design.

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Henry R. Wright