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Monday Miscellany: This Week's Performances

This week has a number of events that you'll want to take note of and check out.

Wednesday and Thursday, October 2 and 3
The Knoxville Symphony's Concertmaster Series, "Gabriel Lefkowitz and Friends," picks up again in the back room of Remedy Coffee, 125 W. Jackson Avenue in the Old City. Concertmaster Lefkowitz is joined by cellist Andy Bryenton and pianist Kevin Class.
On the bill:
Kodaly: Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 (first movement)
Strauss: Sonata for Violin and Piano in E-flat
Schubert: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat
7 p.m., Tickets: $45 for the three concert season (single tickets, if available, are $15)

Thursday, October 3
Pellissippi State Music, Faculty Recital
"a showcase of talented full-time and adjunct Music faculty members"
7 p.m. Clayton Performing Arts Center on the Hardin Valley Campus, FREE

Saturday, October 5
Eugene Onegin, Metropolitan Opera, Live in HD Broadcast
Regal Cinemas, West Town, 12:55 p.m.

Saturday, October 5
Symphony of the Mountains, Kingsport, "Slavic Night"
Local pianist Chih-Long Hu will join Symphony of the Mountains for an evening highlighting the works of Slavic masterworks.
• Mikhail Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla: Overture
• Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky, Concerto for Piano, No. 1
• Antonin Dvorak, Symphony No. 7
7:30 p.m., Toy F. Reid Eastman Employee Center, 400 S. Wilcox Drive, Kingsport, TN
Tickets: 423-392-8423 or online

Sunday, October 6
University of Tennessee School of Music, Faculty Chamber Series
• Rossini/Gottschaulk, William Tell Overture, piano four hands
• Muczynski: Duos for Flute and Clarinet
• David Amram: Trio for Tenor Saxophone, Horn, and Bassoon
• Schubert: "Der Hirt auf dem Felsen"
• Darius Milhaud: La Creation du Monde
3 p.m., Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall, Haslam Music Center, UT Campus, FREE

Sunday, October 6
"Knoxville Opera Goes To Church, A Celebration of Talent!"
Gospel and Opera, Jeannie Turner Melton and Brian Salesky, Music Directors
New Covenant Baptist Church
10319 Starkey Ln
5 p.m. FREE

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