Here are some recommended performances—music and theatre—this week. Also recommended, nay mandatory, is that you go to the polls and vote.
Tuesday, October 25
UT School of Music Faculty Recital: Wesley Baldwin-cello, Geoffrey Herd-violin, and Chih-Long Hu-piano
8:00 PM — Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
Thursday, October 27
UT School of Music Faculty Recital: Jon Hamar, double bass
8:00 PM—Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
Friday, October 28
Clarence Brown Lab Theatre: This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan, Opening Night
“Three wayward adolescents on the cusp of adulthood navigate Reagan-era New York, recreating their broken homes in their dysfunctional friendships and bungled attempts to find love.”
Performances continue through Sunday, Nov 13, 2016
Sold-out performances have a first come, first-served waiting list 45 minutes before each.
7:30 PM Clarence Brown Lab Theatre
Tickets (Phone: 865.974.5161, In Person: 1714 Andy Holt Avenue, Hours of Operation: Noon-5:00 pm M-F & 2 hours prior to curtain.)
Saturday, October 29
UT School of Music: Viola Celebration Faculty Concert
UT Viola Professor Hillary Herndon and guest violists Karen Ritscher, Sally Chisholm, James Pryzgocki, Kathryn Steely and David Rose; accompanied by UT Symphony Orchestra. 8:00 PM—Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
Sunday, October 30
Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra: The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Maestro James Fellenbaum conducts music of Marquez, Romero, Copland and Piazzolla with a featured solo by Principal Second violin, Edward Pulgar.
2:30 PM Bijou Theater, 803 S. Gay Street, Downtown Knoxville