Lunchtime Symphony Returns To Warehouse Row

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

After taking a brief summer break during the symphony’s offseason, Warehouse Row and Chattanooga Symphony and Opera announce the continuation of the series of live, informal musical performances at the retail destination on the third Thursday of each month.

Treating both shoppers and downtown business people to a monthly respite during their lunch hour, the Third Thursday concert series will feature alternating performances of woodwind and string quintets on Thurs., Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21 and Dec. 19. 

“We’ve had great success with initiatives that enhance the lunch experience for our shoppers and business clientele,” said George Krauth, vice president of Jamestown Properties, the company that owns Warehouse Row. “Symphony performances are a perfect complement to our relaxing retail and restaurant experience.” 

This Thursday, the concert sessions will recommence in the Mercantile from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. The Mercantile, which is located on the lower level of building south, is a collection of locally-owned and operated eateries. For more information, visit www.warehouserow.net.


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