(MURFREESBORO) Supporters of the Tennessee Philharmonic took a stroll through the big band era on Thursday night, and WGNS talk host and former sheriff Truman Jones helped bring the memories to life.
Having The Time of your Life
Tennessee Philharmonic President Jane McNulty proudly spotlighted the broad spectrum of performing musicians--from the teen members of the Ethos Youth Orchestra to the seasoned pros who are regulars . . .
Green Tie Affair
She told about next month's night of fun . . .
The GREEN TIE AFFAIR AND CASINO NIGHT begins at 7:00 o'clock Saturday evening, March 14th at the View at Fountains, 1500 Medical Center Parkway. Tickets are $65 for individuals, $110 per couple, or a table of eight for $450. For more information, phone the symphony office at 615-898-1862 or check their website: www.TNphil.org.
McNulty noted that season tickets would go on sale at the final performance of the year, "Showtime on Broadway" at 7:00 o'clock Thursday night, April 16, 2020.