Choral Society sings Handel in Latin

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

The Knoxville Choral Society began a new era under its new artistic director and conductor, Dr. John Orr, with a concert at Central Bearden Baptist Church Friday night.
With a program …

Nero goes crazy in ‘Nero Monologues’

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

Fractured components of Roman Emperor Nero’s mind and psyche rampaged around the marbled L-shaped room at Candoro Marble Thursday night, in Marble City Opera’s production of “Nero Monologues,” the brilliant, …

Trillium plays ‘Trout’

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

The first time I heard Franz Schubert’s great “Piano Quintet in A Major,” Op. 114, D. 667, which everyone knows as the “Trout Quintet,” it just seemed so playful and …

Go! production is breath-taking

Harold DuckettArts 865, Feature

When I went to the Clarence Brown Theatre to see Go! Contemporary Dance Works’ new production “New Territories” earlier this month, I wasn’t sure what to expect.
I haven’t written about …