Some say Bonnaroo is the pinnacle of musical excitement in these parts. For others it’s the Rossini Festival. Or Big Ears. Or the Pride of the Southland Marching Band.
For one group of kids and their loved ones, it’s hard to beat the thrill of our annual recital.
Come see (and hear) for yourself on Saturday, May 5 at the Scottish Rite Temple in Knoxville. It runs from 2-4 p.m. Pop in for a little or a lot!
Around 65 Joy of Music School students will get up and perform, says Director of Music Education Julie Carter. They’ll be singing and playing practically any instrument you can imagine: piano, guitar, ukulele, violin, cello, saxophone, and more.
This is their big moment to shine. And for attendees, it’s a perfect opportunity to see how much good our School is accomplishing.
Plus! There’s a reception immediately following the recital, with delicious BBQ generously donated (and lovingly prepared) by Renee Sunday and her brother, David Beard.
The Scottish Rite Temple is at 612 16th Street. There’s ample free parking behind it. Turn onto White Ave. and follow the signs to the UT parking garage.
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