Pellissippi State presents a Small Instrument Ensemble concert, showcasing the talents of the school’s music students, on Tuesday, Nov. 17. The event is part of the 2009-2010 free concert series.
The Small Instrument Ensemble performs at 7 p.m. in the Clayton Performing Arts Center at the Pellissippi Campus on Hardin Valley Road.
The performance is the first this year to focus on instrumental music. Past concerts have featured the vocal talents of Pellissippi State faculty, as well as those of the 50-voice Concert Chorale and 38-voice Variations student ensembles.
Music on the 17th will include brass, guitar, percussion, bluegrass and a mixed instrumental ensemble. Additional concerts in the Pellissippi State series:
Dec. 10, Holiday Spectacular
Feb. 23, Winter Choral Concert
March 4, Student Honors Recital
March 30, Jazz Band and Bluegrass Ensemble Concert
April 15, Small Instrument Ensemble
April 29, Spring Choral Concert
All concerts in the series are open to the public, and parking is free, plentiful and convenient. Donations will be accepted at the door for the Pellissippi State Foundation, on behalf of the Music Scholarship fund. For additional information, contact Bill Brewer, Music program coordinator, at 865-694-6701.