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Sep 21

Orchestra Member “Stretches” into New Territory

 KSO Flutist also acts as mom, teacher, yogini Jill Bartine is regularly recognized in the Knoxville community, whether it’s from playing the flute on stage with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra or teaching yoga at a local studio. A wife and mother of twins juggling multiple jobs, Jill is constantly trying to find “balance” – both literally […]

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Sep 11

Return to Rachmaninoff

If you’ve been keeping up with the symphony, you know that some of the members have been busy with Candide at the Clarence Brown Theatre. It’s been fantastic to be playing Bernstein’s music and to have the privilege of watching the amazing actors around us for eight shows a week. How do they memorize all of […]

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Aug 2

West Side Story, Candide, and the Bernstein Experience

By Bob Adamcik, KSO percussionist A classical musician who was known around the world and recognized in popular culture? The 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein gives us a chance to look at his life and career as an unprecedented force in music and society as a performer, conductor, and teacher. He was also a civil rights […]

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Jul 25

Drumroll, please…

KSO percussionist Bob Adamcik shows us just one way he cares for his instruments. Watch it here. “When I love listening to a piece of music, I sometimes have to remind myself that a person has taken what is basically a machine and created something beautiful with it. As you watch and listen to the Knoxville Symphony, […]

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Jul 11

Bernstein’s ‘Candide’ coming this fall

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and the Clarence Brown Theatre celebrate the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with a production of his Broadway smash Candide. Candide Aug. 31 – Sept. 16, 2018 Clarence Brown Theatre Mainstage at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville Featuring hit songs “Glitter and Be Gay” and “Make Our Garden Grow,” Candide is a modern theatrical setting […]

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click to hear an insightful interview and conversation between Music Director @aramdemirjian, pianist… https://t.co/1VrCYZOEB3Fri, September 21, 2018

What do classical musicians JAM to? @JoyceYang @Aramdemirjian ride around Knoxville talking Rachmaninoff and more.… https://t.co/mx0hawKVe7Thu, September 20, 2018

#FLOW with the KSO to a yoga class to live classical music. @Themillandmine Oct. 4, 6:30 p.m. Tix $30, bring your o… https://t.co/nJIxWYhni8Wed, September 19, 2018

When is the last time you practiced yoga during a live concert? Live classical music and instructor-led yoga: COMBI… https://t.co/12OAsnMRVNWed, September 19, 2018

RT @musicappblog: WED Sep 19, 7:30 pm @knoxsymphony: Brahms & Rachmaninoff | @TNTheatre - 604 S Gay St | Tickets: $13 and up.Wed, September 19, 2018