Live monthly performances at Abrams Planetarium to help you relax during your busy day.

Music is powerful. It can heal. It can calm. It can change our mood. It can regenerate our body, mind and spirit.

The University Physician's Office, Health4U, Abrams Planetarium, and MSU Student Health Promotion and Prevention Services invite you to take an hour out of your month to listen and simply REST WITH MUSIC. 

We have put together this series of live musical performances at Abrams Planetarium to help you relax during your busy workday. 

Each month, we'll be presenting different musical styles, genres, and traditions for you to enjoy. So, come to listen, relax, reflect, and rest with music. 

REST with MUSIC happens at Abrams Planetarium, one Monday every month, from 12:10pm until 12:50pm. Please plan on arriving before the start of the performance, as the lights are sometimes low while the musicians are playing. 

Please note: Those arriving after 12:10 will be seated in between songs.

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Upcoming Classes

Rest with Music: Spring 2019

Abrams Planetarium 12:10 PM - 12:50 PMMondaysFreeRegister for this class
  • March 18: Jim Alfredson
  • April 15: Double Take

Rest with Music: Summer 2019

Abrams Planetarium12:10 PM - 12:50 PMMondaysFreeRegister for this class
  • May 20: The Catbird Seat
  • June 17: The Pedestrians
  • July 15: Wally Pleasant

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