Warm, vibrant music on a cold night at KMA

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Like a teenager who couldn’t wait to tell her friends about her adventure, William Shaub’s violin took off in a breathless story that ran all over the place, telling everything …

Blue Streak covers Guilded Age Gala

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Knox Heritage brought in the New Year with a fantastic party featuring food, gilded entertainers, food, great friends, and don’t forget the food!
It was a swan song for Kim Trent, …

KSO chamber musicians play sublime music

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When KSO principal French horn, Jeffery Whaley, began to play Samuel Barber’s 1956 “Summer Music,” Op. 31, Barber’s only music for woodwind quintet, his sound was both pure and delicate, …

‘Buffalo Moon’ brings big smile

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There are three things that are difficult to get out of one’s mind when watching Theatre Knoxville Downtown’s production of Ken Ludwig’s 1995 comic play “Moon Over Buffalo,” playing until …

ORCMA seeks leaders

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The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association is seeking qualified applicants for the salaried positions of executive director to coordinate the ORCMA office in Oak Ridge, music director and symphony conductor; …

A salute to Betsey Bush

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The Knoxville arts community lost a major benefactor in 2017. Betsey Richards Bush passed away July 2 at UT Medical Center at age 80.
Mrs. Bush was inducted posthumously into the …

Catastrophe at The Hive

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Dennis E. Perkins, in association with Zack Allen and Caroline King, will present three rarely-performed short plays by renowned playwright Samuel Beckett.
Perkins says “Catastrophe,” “Come And Go,” and “Footfalls” will …