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Science Hill senior Madison Howard is already a master clarinetist who can play several other instruments. She has big aspirations, and she’s already working on making them happen.
Nearly 400 Johnson City Schools students are set to perform with Mark Wood and Greg Byers Freedom Hall Civic Center on April 9.
Live music, yoga, gala and more.
After losing her hearing profoundly and suddenly at age 19, as a music education major at Colorado State, Harvey went through what she calls a “zombie time.”
The annual “Men in Song” and “Women in Song” music festivals will run simultaneously on Saturday, Feb. 1. Hosted by the music departments of East Tennessee State University and Milligan College, the one-day festivals unite and celebrate the region’s choral singers.
On Jan. 15, local band Loose Leaves released “Vehicle” – an LP the band considers one of their “most honest and vulnerable” albums recorded.
The East Tennessee State University Department of Music opens its spring 2019 concert season with a number of performances featuring faculty and guest artists.
She slips with agility from attendant to Greek beauty to Rhinemaiden, from human to wood bird and nightingale, from tragedy to comedy, from Mozart to Britten.
Music, dancing, literary events and more.
Symphony of the Mountains will be performing its ever-popular Family Concert on Feb 2, 2020.
Four a cappella ensembles from East Tennessee State University will compete in the South Region quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) on Jan. 25.
Rhonda Vincent returns to the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. for a night of Bluegrass music with world-class musicians that collectively make up The Rage.
Live music and more.