The classical Greek tale of Orpheus and Euridice will be performed by the Music Department and Theatre and Speech Department of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in partnership with the Theater of the New South.
The Chattanooga Market has something for everyone in the family on Father's Day. In addition to local produce and food the market will feature a sampling of local breweries Sunday June 27th with Brews and Bluegrass.
Scenic City Sampler is a new compilation CD featuring local bands, singer songwriters and musicians. The CD offers a variety of music styles and a little bit of home grown entertainment for the Chattanooga Region.
On Saturday, March 24th, the Mise En Scenesters Film Club will be screening the documentary Better than Something at Collective Clothing Warehouse. The film's subject is Memphis musician Jay Reatard who tragically passed away in 2010.
The directors of Better than Something, Alex Hammond and Ian Markiewicz, talk about the film. Chris Dortch and Zach Zacharias, the co-founders of the Mise En Scenesters, also discuss what makes Jay Reatard's music unique.
The 4th annual Wintersong songwriter's workshop will be held at the Mountain Arts Community Center in Signal Mountain Tennessee on Saturday, March 10th. The workshops include topics like grabbing the listener's ear and getting started in songwriting. The sessions will be led by nationally known writers and performers Louisa Branscomb, Kathy Reed, and Earl Brackin. Local musicians and singer/songwriters will also be involved in Wintersong. Workshops begin at 9:30 am. The day long event wraps up wit
Chattanooga, TN – The Machine and the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera did at great job covering Pink Floyd Sunday night, but Thursday night at the festival, Dangermuffin performed an even more unique take on a Pink Floyd classic. Hear an excerpt.