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Tennessee Valley Winds will present two free concerts, the first is the Concert in the Park at 2:00 pm at Old Fort Park Pavilion #3 on Sunday, May 3rd in Murfreesboro.  The second will take place on Thursday evening, May 7th at 7 pm at Stewarts Creek High School in Smyrna.  Both concerts include the same program, music of Eric Ewazen, A Hymn for the Lost and Living, two pieces by Jan van der Roost-Dynamica and Arsenal and Robert Russell Bennett’s arrangement of the Music from Oklahoma.  That’s two Tennessee Valley Winds free concerts—the first at Old Fort Park Pavilion Three at 2pm on Sunda

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra announces the formation of its new Guild. The Guild will serve as the primary fund-raising arm of the Gateway Chamber Orchestra, composed of music faculty members from Austin Peay State University and professional musicians from the Nashville Symphony and the surrounding area. Conducted by Gregory Wolynec, the Gateway Chamber Orchestra specializes in the programming of masterworks of the past and contemporary American works.

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  For years Wikipedia has, unfortunately, been the go-to source for up-to-date information on current and past events.  Almost as soon as something anywhere in the world happens, someone, somewhere, generates a news story for the on-line encyclopedia.   Then the story gets edited by almost anyone who has access to the system.  And therein lies the problem.

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The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Appalachian Spring concert with two performances: Sunday, April 19, at 3 pm and Monday, April 20, at 7:30 pm. The GCO performs Luciano Berio’s intimate and colorful Folk Songs, a cycle of eleven folk melodies from around the world written in 1964.

Featuring mezzo-soprano Teresa Buchholz, Folk Songs was written to showcase vocal technique, flexibility and the beauty of the human voice. When Buchholz made her GCO debut in 2013, the Nashville press hailed the collaboration as “transcendent.”

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Appalachian Spring concert with two performances: Sunday, April 19, at 3 pm and Monday, April 20, at 7:30 pm. The GCO performs Luciano Berio’s intimate and colorful Folk Songs, a cycle of eleven folk melodies from around the world written in 1964.
 

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