Campus & Community Medical students make music at spring Coffeehouse April 15, 2015January 13, 2016 Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) The cleverly named a cappella group Do No Harmony, which was started by medical students who soon will graduate, performs Tuesday, April 7, at a Medical Campus Coffeehouse. The event, an opportunity for students on the Medical Campus to share their musical talents, was in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center. (Photos: Robert Boston) Second-year medical student Giuseppe D’Amelio (front) plays electric guitar while band member Eryk Ocasio, a student in the Program in Physical Therapy, plays bass. Fourth-year medical students Zach Meyer (left) and Allan Jiang perform a musical number at the Coffeehouse. Elizabeth Letvin, a second-year graduate student at the Brown School, plays viola as part of a quintet at the Coffeehouse. Her brother, medical student Adam Letvin, also plays in the quintet. Listeners gather in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center on the Medical Campus to hear one of several Coffeehouse musical acts.