Santa Clara University

Center of Performing Arts

Music At Noon


Santa Clara Univeristy's Music at Noon series hosts some of the world's finest musicians and high profile Bay Area performers.  The series promotes artistic pluralism, cultural diversity, and global understanding through Music.

Admission is FREE and everyone is welcome!
When: Every Wednesday during the academic year
Where: Santa Clara University's Music Recital Hall
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Cuban Soneros, Delta Bluesmen, Shakuhachi, Chamber Music, Opera Divas, Hawaiian Halau, Jazz Masters, Classical Guitarists, Bluegrass, Samba, Tango, Gamelan, Gu Zheng and more are all part of Music at Noon.


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noon to 1:00 PM

Santa Clara University is counting its blessings (multiple times) to
be fortunate enough to host Kim Nalley in a rare solo performance
and jazz vocal workshop. Kim’s contributions to the world of jazz
are too numerous and dynamic to sum up. Quite simply, she IS
incomparable. Amidst globe trotting and performing, she combined
her talents (Kim studied history at Oxford and UCB) to write and
produce “Lady Day” on the life of Billie Holiday of which the New
York Times said “prepare to enter the heart of Lady Day”.. More
recently, Kim wrote and produced “Ella: The American Dream” a
bio-musical about Ella Fitzgerald. Among other awards and critically
acclaimed albums released worldwide, Kim was recently voted
one of the 10 most influential Black Women in the Bay Area.
Hear a sample of her work at:
Read the bio at:

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Cost: Free


Music and Dance Facility, Recital Hall

SCU Presents
Robert Bozina
Tel 408-554-4431