Performances to Catch: Oct. 10-16

Knoxville performances to catch this week, October 10 thru 16.

Monday, October 10

Nancy Zeltsman, marimba
Guest Artist recital, International Marimba Soloist
6:00 PM, Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
FREE

Tuesday, October 11

The Aark Duo, flute and percussion
Guest artist recital: Tabatha Easley and Justin Alexander, music professors at Virginia Commonwealth University
8:00 PM, Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall , Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
FREE

Thursday, October 13

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
KSO Resident Conductor James Fellenbaum conducts performances featuring Vivaldi’s  Four Seasons, with violinist Giora Schmidt as soloist
Rossini: Semiramide Overture
Puccini: Manon Lescaut: Act III Intermezzo
Puccini: Capriccio sinfonico
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
7:30 PM, Tennessee Theatre, Tickets

Marble City Opera, Two one-act operas, La Davina and Gallantry
Gallantry (Douglas Moore): a parody of soap opera, complete with doctors, a love triangle, suspense, and sung commercial interruptions. Directed by Kathryn Frady
La Davina (Thomas 
Pasatieri) –It is about the farewell performance of a stellar but aging diva, whose assistant and manager are not displeased to see an end to the confusion constantly created by the prima donna’s temperament and “star complex.” It’s funny and heartfelt.
Co-directed by James Marvel and Kathryn Frady
8:00 PM, The Emporium, 100 S. Gay Street
Tickets

Friday, October 14

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
KSO Resident Conductor James Fellenbaum conducts performances featuring Vivaldi’s  Four Seasons, with violinist Giora Schmidt as soloist
Rossini: Semiramide Overture
Puccini: Manon Lescaut: Act III Intermezzo
Puccini: Capriccio sinfonico
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
7:30 PM, Tennessee Theatre, Tickets

Marble City Opera, Two one-act operas, La Davina and Gallantry
Gallantry (Douglas Moore): a parody of soap opera, complete with doctors, a love triangle, suspense, and sung commercial interruptions. Directed by Kathryn Frady
La Davina (Thomas 
Pasatieri): It is about the farewell performance of a stellar but aging diva, whose assistant and manager are not displeased to see an end to the confusion constantly created by the prima donna’s temperament and “star complex.” It’s funny and heartfelt.
Co-directed by James Marvel and Kathryn Frady
8:00 PM, The Emporium, 100 S. Gay Street
Tickets

Sunday, October 16

The Crucible (Arthur Miller), final performances, Clarence Brown Theatre
2:00 PM and 7:30 PM, Carousel Theatre, UT Campus
Tickets

Emi Kagawa, piano
Guest Artist recital
8:00 PM, Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
FREE

 

 

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