School of Music News

Opera Theatre Presents 1960s-Inspired Adaptation of Cosí Fan Tutte

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A 1960s science laboratory will serve as the setting for the Opera Theatre’s adaptation of Mozart’s Cosí Fan Tutte, an opera about the faithfulness of women. The spring opera will be presented Thursday, April 10, Saturday, April 12, and Sunday, April 13, at the Carousel Theatre.

Faculty Chamber Series Concert Presented March 30

Music professors at UT will showcase their talents during a Faculty Chamber Series Concert on Sunday, March 30. The community is invited to the 3:00 p.m. concert in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall of the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, 1741 Volunteer Boulevard. It is free and open to the public.

School of Music Hosts Gala March 22 to Benefit Scholarships

UT School of Music students have played a critical role in enhancing the culture of the community, often offering free concerts for the public’s enjoyment. Community members can return the favor by enjoying good food, drink, and more of the students’ talents and performances during the School of Music’s annual gala on Saturday, March 22.

Concerto Competition Winners Featured in March 9 Performance

Four student winners of the annual UT School of Music Concerto Competition will perform Sunday, March 9. The 4:00 p.m. Concertos and Classics concert will be in the James R. Cox Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Building. The concert is free and open to the public.

Marco Institute to Host Symposium on Reconceiving Pre-Modern Spaces

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Reconceiving Pre-Modern Spaces is the topic of the eleventh annual Marco Symposium to be hosted by UT’s Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies March 6 through 8. The symposium will feature scholars from various disciplines exploring ways in which pre-modern peoples conceived of space—as a physical reality, philosophical idea, and topic of artistic expression.

UT to Host Jazz Festival for Area Middle, High School Bands February 22

East Tennessee middle and high school band students can sharpen their music skills and learn from top jazz professionals at UT’s first annual Jazz Festival on Saturday, February 22. Participating bands will have the opportunity to perform before clinicians who will then provide feedback to the students. Guest clinicians are members of the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra and the UT jazz faculty.

UT National Music Conference in the News

UT will host a national music conference February 13-15 that will draw music educators, scholars, students, composers, and professionals from around the nation. It will include a keynote address by famous jazz trumpeter Doc Severinsen, the longtime band leader of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and a Grammy Award winner. The Joint Regional Conference of the

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