Noon Concert: 20 Digitus Duo

Thursday, November 19, 2020 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location
Cost / Admission
Free and open to the public
Contact

PSU School of Music & Theater
music@pdx.edu

Selected by Artslandia magazine as one of their top 50 favorite artists, 20 Digitus Duo has been hailed by the press as “Dynamite”, “Intrepid” and “Impressive”. Their goal is to create exciting musical experiences and offer an eclectic choice of music in collaboration with other art forms. 

This event is part of our Noon Concert Series, a weekly opportunity to experience the sounds of the PSU School of Music & Theater. Join us on Facebook Live on Thursdays at 12:00 PM for a diverse program of concerts featuring students, faculty, and special guests.

20 Digitus Duo title card

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