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Mozart in the mountains

Seventy-five Knoxville Symphony supporters gathered Sunday at Blackberry Farm for what I think is one of the best opportunities of the fundraising year. You get to have dinner at our area’s premier dining establishment AND hear an intimate 30-minute performance … Continue reading

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Chalk it up as a great weekend!

Wow, I just hope this coming weekend is as much fun as last weekend was! If you didn’t have a good time in Knoxville last weekend, you just weren’t paying attention. Not only was there the Rhythm and Blooms Festival, … Continue reading

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Odds and ends from a fabulous Fourth

The Fourth of July means fireworks everywhere. But in Knoxville, it also has come to mean music. This past weekend was no exception as a wide variety of musical styles filled Knoxville’s outdoor venues amidst cool and comfortable temperatures. The … Continue reading

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When target marketing involves heavy lifting

On Sunday, I saw the best example of target marketing I’ve seen in a long time. Was it a fantastic Web site? An impressive e-mail program? An attention-grabbing TV commercial or direct mail campaign? No. It was three guys in … Continue reading

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KSO’s success has Maestro’s touch

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s last Pops concert of the season featuring Peter Cetera this past Saturday was a sell-out. Sales are strong, too, for the season finale of this year’s Moxley Carmichael KSO Masterworks series this coming Thursday and Friday. … Continue reading

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