Sound to let your mind and spirit drift

Harold DuckettArts 865, West Knox

The first thing that caught my attention was the picture of the four didjeridus, the exotic instrument partially made by termites burrowing through eucalyptus tree trunks in the Australian desert, …

Spring concert caps year of music at PSCC

Julia WoodArts 865, West Knox

A year’s worth of music classes, rehearsals and even a study-abroad opportunity will be on display this week at Pellissippi State Community College’s Spring Choral Concert.
The annual concert will be …

Let there be (Girls) Rock!

Betsy PickleArts 865

Local stars will align tonight at Girls Rock! for Girls Rock Camp at the Central Collective, 923 N. Central St.
The show starts at 7:15 p.m. with Cece Coakley, followed by …

UT Opera’s ‘Carmen’ a smoking success

Harold DuckettArts 865

If it weren’t for Native Americans, Georges Bizet’s “Carmen,” the world’s second most popular opera – a whopping 698 performances in the 2017-2018 season (Giuseppe Verdi’s “La Traviata” was No. …

Women get new life in ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’

Harold DuckettArts 865

In 1987, after 15 years of painstaking reconstruction of the original choreography, the Joffrey Ballet presented a new premiere of Igor Stravinsky’s groundbreaking ballet “The Rite of Spring” to enthralled …