Holiday Greetings from the Maestro

December means tradition, family and music.

As we renew our KSO tradition with the 32nd Annual Clayton Holiday Concerts, we are immensely grateful for you, our audience, and for our extended musical family here in Knoxville, from the Knoxville Choral Society to Go! Contemporary Dance Works, and our sponsors, the Clayton Family Companies, especially Jim Clayton.

Please join us Dec. 14 (7:30 p.m.), Dec. 15 (3 & 7:30 p.m.), or Dec. 16 (3 p.m.) for a wonderful gathering of music and merriment.

One of the most heartwarming and reassuring aspects of the holiday season is the feeling that great seasonal music is never more than a turn of the radio dial away, and our concerts this year evoke that warm, nostalgic feeling you get when listening to the sounds of Christmas on the radio, whether you tune in on your daily commute, at home while trimming the tree or on your phone while doing last-minute holiday shopping.

This December, we are so grateful to have radio host and emcee extraordinaire, Frank Murphy of Classic Hits 93.1 FM WNOX, featured throughout our Clayton Holiday program to help us play the hits, from the oldies to the songs of today, as we convert the Civic Auditorium into Knoxville’s equivalent of Radio City Music Hall. Helping us along that journey are our friends in the Knoxville Choral Society and the phenomenally talent Go! Dancers, plus a special appearance by two big stars from up north…!

Events like the Clayton Holiday Concerts are so important, as they give us the opportunity to pause during this busy time, enjoy beauty in the company of our loved one and come together with our entire community. Tickets start at just $16 for adults and $8.50 for children. Get tickets here.

Music has the power to bring people together, and we are so grateful that you have made the KSO a part of your family’s holiday tradition.

“The song in our hearts is the magic of the season; it’s a gift we all can share.”

We hope the KSO helps you find the song in your own heart this season and all the year round.



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