‘America, Our Way’ is free concert at PSCC

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Pellissippi State Community College will host jazz singer, producer and composer Michael Shirtz for a special concert, “America, Our Way: An American Songbook Story” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, …

A week of multiple arts choices

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As January ends and February begins next week, multiple arts events will make choosing difficult.
Two free events in downtown churches will take place Tuesday, Jan. 30. At 7:30 p.m., the …

Mozart in the mountains

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Seventy-five Knoxville Symphony supporters gathered Sunday at Blackberry Farm for a fund-raiser: A great dinner and an intimate 30-minute performance by some of the Symphony’s best players. Jim and Natalie …

KSO is ‘hall of the living’

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For at least the last half century there has been continuing discussion about how to prevent the classical music concert hall from being the exclusive domain of dead composers and …

Knoxville Symphony at the movies

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Sitting in the darkened Civic Auditorium Saturday night with more than 2,300 other movie/concert goers, watching Steven Spielberg’s 1981 movie “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” running …

MLK today plus a look ahead

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The arts in Knoxville continue to offer lots to engage the mind and soul this week and next.
Martin Luther King Jr. will be recognized today (Jan. 15) at 6 p.m. …

Catastrophe at The Hive

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Everything started in the dark.
When the icy blue lights came up, a tall, 50s-ish male sculptural figure, wrapped in a generous black drape, with a shaggy moustache, his eyes closed, …

MLK Arts celebration day is Monday

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The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with the Carpetbag Theatre and the Celebration Choir, will present “A Night with the Arts; A Celebration Concert” in honor of Dr. Martin Luther …