Sunday Music Choices: Piano, Organ, and Haydn

You’ll have to clone yourself if you want to take advantage of all the classical music choices on Sunday (March 19) afternoon.

Evelyn Miller Young Pianist Series: Tristan Teo

Tristan-Teo-3In the final recital of 2017, the 20-year old Tristan Teo will perform works by Maurice Ravel ( Gaspard de la nuit), Kapustin (Variations, Op. 41 ), J.S. Bach (Toccata in D Minor, BWV 913), and Franz Liszt (Totentanz for solo piano, S. 525) Teo was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. He is both a fourth-year bachelor’s and first-year master’s student in the highly selective Accelerated B.M./M.M. Program at The Juilliard School where he studies with Jerome Lowenthal.

Teo was recently selected as one of 30 competitors in the Fifteenth Van Cliburn Competition taking place this May in Fort Worth Texas.

Sunday, March 19, 2:30 PM
Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center
Tickets: $25; For more information, go to

Carolyn Craig, Organist – Cathedral Arts Series at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral

c03012_8c3d558297e64f209f21c3a3433075a2~mv2_d_3456_5184_s_4_2Carolyn Craig of Knoxville, TN, is a junior in the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, where she is majoring in Organ Performance with Dr. Chris Young and minoring in German and Choral Conducting.

Sunday, March 19, at 5:00 PM
St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral, 413 Cumberland Avenue, Downtown Knoxville

Friends of Music and the Arts: Mass in D Minor (“Lord Nelson”) of Franz Joseph Haydn

A concert for Choir and Orchestra featuring the Choirs of the Ascension

Sunday, March 19 at 5:00 pm
Episcopal Church of the Ascension,  800 South Northshore Drive (between Kingston Pike and Lyons View Pike)