Having choices is a generally good thing, except when one is forced to choose between a number of really intriguing events. Sunday, April 7, is the perfect example of a booking situation that really could have been avoided. Splitting the audience so drastically hurts everyone in the long run.
Here's the dilemma:
At 2:30 pm--The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra's Chamber Classic series at the Bijou featuring the Principal String Quartet in works by Beethoven, Debussy, Borodin, and Richman. See my spotlight preview here.
At 3:00 pm--The Knoxville Chamber Chorale (a subset of the Knoxville Choral Society) will give a performance at St. John's Cathedral downtown.
At 4:00 pm--The Furman College Chamber Choir performs at Church of the Ascension (Northshore Drive between Kingston Pike and Lyons View Pike) with works by Bach, Mozart, Fauré, and Mathias.