The MC Jazz Band played with the Washington and Lee University Jazz Band yesterday at the Clayton Center for the Arts. The Washington and Lee musicians were passing through on their way to Nashville and stopped in to jam. Click to listen! You'll also hear what MC brass instructor Tom Lundberg and students Carrie West and Chris Hickman said about the session.
Are you a fan of Bach, Korsakov and Tchaikovsky? Burgmüller and Streabbog? If so, you’re in luck! Tonight, the students of Rachel Acuff and Gina Milligan will perform compositions by these famous composers (and others) in a free recital scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Harold and Jean Lambert Recital Hall of the Clayton Center. Make plans to attend — it’ll be great!
Maryville College’s annual Easter Sunrise Service will be held this Sunday at 6:30 a.m. on Lloyd Beach on the MC campus. The Rev. Dr. Anne D. McKee, campus minister, will deliver the sermon titled “Finding Grace, in Wilderness and Other Places.” http://www.maryvillecollege.edu/news/2035/mc-observes-easter-with-annual-sunrise-service/
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It's Flashback Friday, and this one is more somber. Carnegie Hall burned down on Saturday, April 12 in 1916. Although the 125 boys living there were left homeless, they were soon taken in. Students organized 'work days' to help get the reconstruction underway, and the 'new' Carnegie Hall was opened on January 2, 1917. The Blount County Courthouse can be seen in the background of the picture.
MC's Dr. Nancy Lockin-Sofer was on WBIR Channel 10 discussing reasons behind the rise in numbers of stay-at-home moms. In a reversal of past trends, a new study finds that almost 30 percent of American moms are not employed outside of the home.