The MTSU Honors College will welcome countertenor and lutenist Mark Rimple and soprano Julie Ferris as they perform songs in praise of love across four centuries of Western music.
The concert, titled “Beauté Parfaite” (perfect beauty), will be held at 4:15 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, in the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building amphitheater (Room 106) on campus. The concert is free and open to the public. A printable campus map can be found at http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParkingMap13-14.
Nashville Ballet is joining in on the Thanksgiving deals and declaring next week “Cyber Week!”
Starting on Monday, Nov. 25 through Monday, Dec. 2, Nashville’s Nutcracker tickets will be $12 off, using the discount code CYBERNUT. Tickets to Nashville’s Nutcracker can be purchased at www.NashvilleBallet.com or by calling (615) 782-4040.
This month sees Gil Shaham launch a season-long partnership with Germany’s Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (BRSO). As the Grammy Award-winning orchestra’s 2013-14 Artist-in-Residence, the American master violinist will take part in multiple chamber and orchestral concerts, both in Munich and on an international tour.
This Friday, November 8th, will see the return of the Murfreesboro Symphony as they celebrate Veteran’s Day with a program called “Celebrate Freedom”, a patriotic concert. The concert will take place in First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro at 265 W.
The MTSU Concert Chorale and the Middle Tennessee Choral Society will team with the MTSU Faculty Brass Quintet to present a special “Salute to Veterans” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, in Hinton Music Hall inside MTSU's Wright Music Building.
Tickets for the event are $10 for the general public. Admission is free for MTSU students, faculty and staff with a valid ID.
"We wanted to give this special salute as Veterans Day approaches on Nov. 11," said Dr. Raphael Bundage, director of choral activities and opera in MTSU's School of Music.
— An inspiring author’s story stirred an MTSU student to reach for his computer — not to blog or email, but to compose a unique piece of music that the MTSU Symphony Orchestra will perform for the first time Sunday, Oct. 20, at 4 p.m.
Blair Boothe’s “Perils of the Pearl” will have its world premiere in Hinton Hall inside MTSU's Wright Music Building. The concert is free and open to the public