Matthew Major Inception Quintet

Matthew Major Inception Quintet

Date: September 25, 2019

New Age Jazz with Funk and Hip Hop

12 pm

The University Union Serna Plaza



The Matthew Major Inception Quintet will be returning to perform as part of UNIQUE Programs’ Wednesday Nooner series on Wednesday, September 25th at 12 pm in the University Union’s Serna Plaza. There will also be free popcorn to anyone who attends. 

Matthew Major is a student, majoring Violin Studies and Music Education at Sacramento State. He is known to play jazz musically on the violin. As a child, he grew up listening to classical music by Beethoven and Mozart. However, he focuses on playing jazz over classical because he feels like it gives him more freedom musically. As a growing artist, he is focusing on making his music more emotional to hopefully play the violin professionally.

Nooners are always free and are hosted every Wednesday during the academic semester at 12 pm, featuring local artists and entertainment, in the University Union.

The event is free to students and the general public.

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