The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Music will present a benefit concert for the Trojan Food Pantry at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building. Canned goods and monetary donations will be accepted. The free event is open to the public.
“A Season For Giving” will feature music ranging from Indian Percussion to classical repertoire to 21st Century compositions. The concert showcases UA Little Rock’s vocal and instrumental ensembles as well as solo performances by faculty and student musicians.
“I’m so excited about this concert because it is truly a reflection of our whole department,” Department of Music Chair Vicki Lind said. “Not only will you get to hear great music from UA Little Rock students and faculty, but you’ll also be helping out the Trojan Marketplace and Food Pantry. We love UA Little Rock, and we are excited about celebrating this season with you.”
The UA Little Rock Trojan Marketplace and Food Pantry was established to support students, faculty, and staff. Its mission is to build a strong campus community by fighting hunger.