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Sunday: UT Faculty Chamber Music Series Begins

One of the highlights of the season in Knoxville for those who eagerly like to venture off the musical beaten path--or at least take a peek--is the UT School of Music's Faculty Chamber Music Series. This season offers two concerts, one in each semester, in which UT music faculty members ensemble up and choose music that will entertain and enlighten.

The first concert this Sunday afternoon, October 7 at 3 pm, at a new location--Church Street United Methodist Church on Henley Street at Main--offers three works:

Dances for Three by Peter Schickele
RoAnn Romines and Greg Tardy, clarinets; and Keith McClelland, bassoon

Suite Americana No. 1 for Brass Quintet by Enrique Crespo 
Cathy Leach and Emily Whildin, trumpets; Karl Kramer, horn; Daniel Cloutier, trombone; and Sande MacMorran, tuba

Trio in E-flat Major, Op. 40 (for violin, horn, and piano) by Johannes Brahms 
Miroslav Hristov, violin; Karl Kramer, horn; and Kevin Class, piano

The concert is FREE.

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Alan Sherrod serves up a big plate of nourishing commentary on the Knoxville classical music and fine arts scene.