Here’s a little incentive for all you Symphony and Beer lovers out there. I’ll be there but, that’s because I’ll be in the Orchestra. But, if I weren’t playing, I would definitely make the trip! I mean, what’s better than Brahms, Beer and Brats? … Right, bacon. But these are really pretty good also! 🙂
For Immediate Release
March 4, 2011
Contact: Anna Leaño (423) 392-8426
Symphony of the Mountains to host post-concert “Brahms, Bier and Bratwurst” party at The Bus Pit, in downtown Kingsport, TN.
Symphony of the Mountains is hosting a “Brahms, Bier and Bratwurst” party at The Bus Pit in downtown Kingsport, TN. Join us immediately following the March 19th performance of A German Requiem. Continue the German merriment after the German concert with German food. The Bus Pit, an extension of Bone Fire Smokehouse, is located at 240 East Main Street.
Tickets for the March 19th concert are $21-$25 and available for purchase at the Symphony office at Kingsport Renaissance Center. As with all Symphony of the Mountains concerts, students are admitted free of charge. Tickets for the party are $10 and include admission to The Bus Pit for live music and one bratwurst. Tickets are available for purchase on our website or through the Symphony office. For more information, call (423) 392-8423 , visit www.SymphonyoftheMountains.org or, join us on Facebook.
Brahms: A German Requiem is sponsored by Eastman Chemical Company, John & Joan Gregory, Marvin & Marcia Gilliam Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Olin & Muriel Prather Foundation, Tennessee Arts Commission and Women’s Symphony Committee.
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