The Knoxville Chamber Chorale, a subset of the larger Knoxville Choral Society, will present its Spring Concert this Thursday evening, April 27, at Church of the Ascension at 7:00 pm. The concert is a part of Church of the Ascension’s Friends of Music and the Arts series. The Chamber Chorale consists of 31 members auditioned from the membership of the Knoxville Choral Society and conducted by Dr. John R. Orr.
Two previews of the cast and production of Knoxville Opera’s production of Gaetano Donizetti’s Mary, Queen of Scots—opening this coming weekend at the Tennessee Theatre—can be found in the Knoxville Mercury.
This weekend is packed with culture. Remember to allow time for parking.
Not particularly by design, there are those weekends in Knoxville when multiple diverse arts events converge on the same time period. This weekend, April 21-23, is one of those biggies. Music, theatre, and street fair festivals offer more opportunities for entertainment and enlightenment than a normal human being can absorb. But, do your best. Friday,…
The UT Opera Theatre offers Robert Ward’s ‘The Crucible’ this weekend for four performances at the Bijou Theatre.
Just when you thought it was safe to return to your couch and TV, April happens in Knoxville. This week, there are a number of important music events to consider—some you may have heard of and some you might not.
Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra: “Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings”
Sunday, April 2 at 2:30 PM
Bijou Theatre, Downtown Knoxville
After last weekend’s stellar final Masterworks concert appearance by outgoing concertmaster Gabriel Lefkowitz performing the Brahms Violin Concerto (see the review in the Knoxville Mercury), this week’s final Concertmaster Series events (“Gabriel Lefkowitz and Friends”) may have seemed a bit anticlimactic to many. Oddly, though, just the opposite was true. The event at the Knoxville Museum of…
In this week’s Knoxville Mercury and online: my review of last weekend’s Knoxville Symphony Orchestra concerts that featured departing concertmaster Gabriel Lefkowitz in his final appearance with the orchestra.
Review of Marble City Opera’s ‘La Traviata’