Medical students make music at spring Coffeehouse​

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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)
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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.
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Fourth-year medical students Zach Meyer (left) and Allan Jiang perform a musical number at the Coffeehouse.
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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.
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Listeners gather in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center on the Medical Campus to hear one of several Coffeehouse musical acts.

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