Celtic Guitarist Robin Bullock Plays At Charles And Myrtle's June 29

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Celtic guitarist Robin Bullock will play at Charles and Myrtle's Coffeehouse on Saturday, June 29, at 8 p.m. The coffeehouse is inside Christ Unity Church at 105 McBrien Road.  There is a $10 suggested donation at the door. 

Review for Robin Bullock: 

Robin Bullock is one of the preeminent acoustic music masters of our time. His virtuosity on guitar, cittern and mandolin blends the ancient melodies of the Celtic lands, their vigorous American descendants, and the masterworks of the Baroque and Renaissance eras into one powerful musical vision.

The 17th-century harp tunes of legendary Irish bard Turlough O’Carolan, the spirited jigs and reels of rural Ireland, the haunting ballads of the southern Appalachians and the timeless compositions of Bach, Dowland and Francesco da Milano all find a musical common ground in Robin’s music, where lightning-fast fingerwork one moment is perfectly balanced with tender, quiet intimacy the next.


CSO Presents Free Veterans Day Concert Sunday

Lee School Of Music To Present Chamber Music Showcase

McCallie/GPS Presents Romeo And Juliet: Verona, America 2019


For the 8th year, the CSO will return to Memorial Auditorium for a free, family-friendly Veterans Day concert honoring the community's veterans and active-duty service members. It will be held ... (click for more)

The Lee University School of Music will present its Chamber Music Showcase on Thursday at 7:30 p.m .in Squires Recital Hall. "Now in its fifth year, we are excited to see the chamber music ... (click for more)

The classic Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet will get an American style retouch in the McCallie and GPS fall play. Romeo and Juliet: Verona, America 2019 runs from Nov. 7-10 in the Walker Black ... (click for more)


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CSO Presents Free Veterans Day Concert Sunday

For the 8th year, the CSO will return to Memorial Auditorium for a free, family-friendly Veterans Day concert honoring the community's veterans and active-duty service members. It will be held Sunday at 4 p.m. Attendees will enjoy patriotic classics such as God Bless America, Armed Forces Salute, Battle Hymn of the Republic, and more. The program will also feature the Lee University ... (click for more)

Lee School Of Music To Present Chamber Music Showcase

The Lee University School of Music will present its Chamber Music Showcase on Thursday at 7:30 p.m .in Squires Recital Hall. "Now in its fifth year, we are excited to see the chamber music program flourish,” said Dr. Gloria Chien, artist in residence at Lee. “There is genuine interest from both the instrumentalists and the vocalists.” The concert will feature a variety of ... (click for more)

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Opinion

A Tribute To Ron Loving

Chattanooga lost a valuable community member and leader this week. I had the privilege of serving with Ron on the Erlanger Board of Trustees. In addition to being a very competent, strong, and thoughtful leader of the Board, I found him to be the ultimate gentleman. He always conducted himself in a quiet and dignified manner, even during a tumultuous time of change. He was a gentle ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Veterans Day 2019

There is a lot of water than has gone down-stream since this day nine years ago, now just two days shy of Nov. 13, 2010, when Marine Corps General John Kelly gave what is arguably one of the greatest talks in our nation’s history. The speech, which captures what our veterans mean to our nation as today we stand once again in awe and gratitude today, was given at the Hyatt Hotel ... (click for more)