JOHNSON CITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS: Master Classics III: Immortal Beloved
On February 7, Gourmet and Company will hold a fundraising event benefiting the Johnson
City Symphony Orchestra. Twenty percent of all proceeds from that day from the restaurant,
bar, and retail store will be donated to the Symphony. “Bring Your Love” for a Valentine lunch or
dinner, and listen to the sounds of JCSO musicians while dining. Reservations are advised, and
can be made by calling 423-929- 9007. Gourmet and Company is located at 214 E. Mountcastle
Dr. in Johnson City. Hours of operation are from 10 am to 9 pm.
Please join the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra on February 10 at 7:30 pm as we share the
stage with the award winning ETSU Opera Theatre who will be performing selections from
various operas of Mozart and Symphony No. 7 by Beethoven. Karen Smith is in her eleventh
year of directing the group. Although comprised of only undergraduate students, the theatre
group produces full-length operas. Their recent mainstage productions have included The Magic
Flute, The Elixir of Love, The Bartered Bride and Gianni Schicchi. Annually the Opera Theatre
also produces various one-act operas, opera scenes, and as part of outreach to the community,
children’s operas such as Chicken Little in 2016 at the International Storytelling Center.
This concert will be the third in the Master Classics series and is entitled Immortal Beloved. The
concert will be held at Milligan College, Seeger Chapel, in Elizabethton. Tickets are $15 for
students, $35 for seniors, and $40 for adults. Visit www.jcsymphony.com or call 423-926- 8742
for more details or to purchase tickets.