A new series is on the horizon for Knoxville Symphony Orchestra audiences–one that will be particularly attractive to those who enjoy a little music and a downtown lunch.
The KSO Q Series begins in September with five one-hour performances on Wednesday at Noon at The Square Room on Market Square. The concerts will feature the KSO Woodwind Quintet and the KSO Principal Quartet, and will include a boxed lunch from Cafe 4.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door if available, with single tickets going on sale August 18. However, it’s worth considering the better value of a subscription, available now, to all five performances for $75 – subscribers receive reserved priority seating.
The Q Series performance dates are:
• Wednesday, September 24
• Wednesday, October 22
• Wednesday, January 28
• Wednesday, March 25
• Wednesday, April 29
The programs will be announced by the KSO prior to each performance date. Based on past performances, audiences can count on fresh and interesting selections.
The KSO Woodwind Quintet consists of: Ebonee Thomas, flute; interim principal oboe, Claire Chenette; Gary Sperl, clarinet; Aaron Apaza, bassoon; and Jeffery Whaley, horn. The Principal Quartet consists of Gordon Tsai and Edward Pulgar, violins; Kathryn Gawne, viola; and Andy Bryenton, cello.