Classical Cafe:

Britain, Britten, and Beyond in Classical Music

The weekend begins an interesting week for classical music listeners.

Sunday, January 13
"Hail Brittania" -- Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series
Works by Peter Warlock, Benjamin Britten, and Gustav Holst
2:30 pm at the Bijou Theatre Tickets

Wednesday and Thursday, January 16 and 17
KSO Concertmaster Series, "Gabriel Lefkowitz and Friends"
Solo violin works by Bach and Ysaye plus Dvorak's Piano Quintet (Gabriel Lefkowitz and Gordon Tsai, violins; Kathryn Gawne, viola; Andy Bryenton, cello; and Kevin Class, piano)
7:00 pm at Remedy Coffee in the Old City

Thursday, January 17
Roberta Rust, piano, in a guest artist recital
8 pm at the Cox Auditorium in the Alumni Memorial Bldg. on the UT Campus, FREE

Saturday, January 19
For Oak Ridgers--
Oak Ridge Symphony's Isotone Concert
Emi Kagawa, piano; Susan Eddlemon, violin; Scott Eddlemon, percussion
7:30 pm at Pellissippi State Community College

As part of the UT Violin Festival, don't miss--
Ilya Kaler, violin, performing with Kevin Class, piano
8 pm in Performance Hall 32 in the Alumni Memorial Bldg. on the UT Campus, FREE





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