A selection of events from the Arts Calendar that caught our eye this week.
Taylor Brown: Double Bass Recital
- January 24, 6pm
- Hinton Hall
Chattanooga Symphony bassist Taylor Brown brings music by Eccles, Koussevitsky, Fuchs, Rossini, and Anderson to MTSU in recital.
Jim Lovensheimer Faculty Recital: Vignettes
- January 26, 8pm
- Blair School of Music
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Lovensheimer, an actor and musicology faculty member at Blair School of Music, presents a cabaret of the songs of Jacques Brel. Many of these songs have been newly translated, though some will be sung in the original French and Dutch. Lovensheimer will be accompanied by a quartet of Blair Students.
Gateway Chamber Orchestra: Magical Mozart
- January 27, 4pm
- Mabry Concert Hall
In 1783 Mozart stopped in Linz, Austria on the heels of an unproductive visit to Salzburg, in which he had hoped to convince his father of the worthiness of his planned marriage to his eventual wife, Constanze. Upon arriving, he learned that a performance of one of his symphonies had been announced - except that Mozart was unaware of these plans, and thus had no sheet music with him. So, in a period of four days, he composed Symphony No. 36. Gateway Chamber Orchestra combines this work with a less hastily written tribute by Tchaikovsky: his orchestral suite known as Mozartina.
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