Lunchtime Symphony Performances Return To Warehouse Row

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Warehouse Row and Chattanooga Symphony and Opera announce the recommencement of the lunchtime series of live, informal musical performances at the retail destination one Thursday of each month. The monthly series of performances will take place throughout the CSO season. 

The Thursday concert series will feature alternating two-hour performances of woodwind and string quintets on March 27, April 10, May 15 and resume for the fall season on Sept. 18, Oct. 16, Nov. 20 and Dec. 18.

“Our partnership with the CSO will bring the symphony into the community and offer Warehouse Row shoppers and business professionals a relaxed venue for enjoying the musical arts,” said George Krauth, vice president and creative director of Jamestown, the company that owns Warehouse Row. “This year, we look forward to hosting the monthly performances at various sites on the property as a way of encouraging visitor interaction and highlighting the many features of Warehouse Row.”  

The concerts take place from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. For performance locations and additional information, visit Warehouse Row’s Facebook page or www.warehouserow.net.


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