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Arizona State University’s
Symphonic Carillon
A gift to the university from Associated Students in 1966.
A memorial to those who gave their lives in service to their country.

3rd Annual Hymn Sing
Thursday, Nov. 4
noon to 1 p.m., Lower Level of Old Main

Annual Reading of the Names and Concert of Patriotic Music
Tuesday, Nov. 10, in front of Old Main, 12:15 p.m.

The Symphonic Carillon is a memorial to those in the ASU community who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Join us as we honor them by reading their names.


About the carillon:

Located in the lower level of Old Main, next to the Emeritus College; speakers located on the Memorial Union and the Durham Language and Literature Building.

Clock Strikes: On the hour, 9 a.m.-8 p.m., except noon.

Music at 5 p.m., daily. Live concerts as announced.

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Read and see more about the carillon:
Long-lost campus carillon finally rings at ASU (Arizona Republic)
ASU carillon rings again (ASU news)

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June 2011: PDF

* The ASU Carillon is a memorial to those in the ASU community who gave their lives for their country *
Contact: carillon@asu.edu