Looking for a nudge to get in the holiday spirit?
East Tennessee State University has you covered with the annual Holiday Concert, a popular Department of Music tradition for more than half a century.
A pair of performances are set for Saturday, Dec. 2, at the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts. Times for the concert, titled “And On Earth, Peace,” are 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
“This is such a special ETSU tradition,” said Dr. Alan Stevens, chair of the department. “Though tickets will be available at the door, we strongly recommend purchasing those now.”
The festive event features much-loved holiday classics, as well as new pieces performed by talented ETSU students. The concert regularly sells out.
Located as 1320 W. State of Franklin, the Martin Center is located across from the main campus of ETSU.
East Tennessee State University was founded in 1911 with a singular mission: to improve the quality of life for people in the region and beyond. Through its world-class health sciences programs and interprofessional approach to health care education, ETSU is a highly respected leader in rural health research and practices. The university also boasts nationally ranked programs in the arts, technology, computing, and media studies. ETSU serves approximately 14,000 students each year and is ranked among the top 10 percent of colleges in the nation for students graduating with the least amount of debt.
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