KSO season opener shows promise

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

With the rehearsals and 17-performance run of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” just finished
at Clarence Brown Theatre, in the CBT and Knoxville Symphony’s stunning joint production, KSO music
director and conductor Aram Demirjian …

Educators shine in chamber performance

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The life of a professional classical musician, on the road year-round pursuing a performance career, can be daunting, to say nothing about the hassles of  living out of luggage for …

‘Candide’ is rousing good time

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

There are as many unseen stars off-stage as there are in front of the lights in Clarence Brown Theatre/Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s sumptuous production of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide,” produced in celebration …

Writer pays tribute to Stan Brock

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Stan Brock, legendary founder and president of Remote Area Medical and early television host of “Wild Kingdom,” died Aug. 29 at RAM headquarters in Rockford at the age of 82. …

Photography show finds the spirit

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The gallery at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church currently features the work of photographers Althea Murphy-Price and Gary Heatherly.
Their work raises interesting questions about when are photographs art.
Greek philosopher Aristotle …