The Oak Ridge Community Band will perform in a “Music for Spring” concert in Knoxville on Sunday, March 12.
The concert is scheduled from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus at 711 South Northshore Drive in Knoxville.
The concert is free, but seating is limited. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the community is encouraged to arrive early to secure their seats, a press release said.
“‘Music for Spring’ promises to be an exciting and diverse musical experience, featuring an array of classical, jazz, and pop music selections that celebrate the arrival of spring,” the press release said. “Under the direction of Shaun Salem, the Oak Ridge Community Band comprises musicians of all ages and skill levels, dedicated to delivering high-quality performances that resonate with the community.”
The press release said the Oak Ridge Community Band is a group of passionate and talented musicians who have been performing and entertaining the community for many years.
“They take pride in their role of providing the community with the opportunity to experience music that uplifts the soul and leaves them feeling inspired,” the release said. “Attendees of the ‘Music for Spring’ concert will be treated to an unforgettable evening of musical entertainment that celebrates the change of seasons and the joy of music. The Oak Ridge Community Band is eager to welcome everyone to this event and promises an evening of music that will be enjoyed by all.”
For more information about the Oak Ridge Community Band and its upcoming events, visit its website at https://orcb.org/.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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