(MURFREESBORO) The sanctuary at First United Methodist Church was filled with seasonal favorites as the Tennessee Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra offered an evening of Timeless Christmas Treasures.
From the moment Maestro Dan Allcott tapped his baton on the conductor's stand, the spirit of the season brought to life everyone's Christmas memories.
In addition to the orchestra, the evening spotlighted favorites from the Tennessee Philharmonic chorus directed by Charlene Parkinson along with solos by renown tenor Stephen Smith.
Tennessee Philharmonic Board President Jane McNulty suggested, "A wonderful gift to a person at the top of your list would be tickets to the remaining concerts in this thirty-eighth season."
The remaining concerts include the romantic February 13, 2020 performance at 7:00PM titled "Having The Time of Your Life". The final concert is April 16, 2020 with "Showtime On Broadway".
Plus, the ever popular Green Tie Affair and Casino Night on March 14, 2020 at The View of Fountains.
McNulty also announced that the Conductor's Challenge was for Middle Tennessee to raise $25-thousand before the end of the decade. She noted that it was up to $17,500 and there are just a few weeks remaining.
For more information about the Tennessee Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, visit their website www.tnphil.org or phone the office at 615-898-1862.