Spend a Saturday evening outdoors at the Signal Mountain Playhouse and enjoy entertainment by your local friends and neighbors. The show starts at 6:30 pm (gates open at 6:00). Tickets are $15 adults, $5 students, kids 5 and under are free. Concessions include pizza, popcorn, candy, and drinks. Bring a chair! Want to perform? Email AngieLandrum@gmail.com or call 423-505-6520. Proceeds benefit the renovation of Signal Mountain Elementary (MACC).
Long-time piano accordionist, Ed Bergin, joins Gordon Inman on clarinet and saxophone. Ed always relishes the opportunity to demonstrate the accordion's versatility and unique charms. Gordon is a Chattanooga native and graduate of MTSU. He plays and teaches clarinet and saxophone all around town, with studio time at Giant Steps Music Store, the MACC, and Southern Adventist University, where he serves as adjunct professor of clarinet. Gordon also serves as artistic director of the Chattanooga Clarinet Choir and is an active member of the Uptown Big Band, Figment Chamber Ensemble, and the Voci Virili men's choir.
Fine Neighbors String Band
With 23 strings and four voices, The Fine Neighbors String Band puts a brand new shine on some seriously fun old American music. The group draws its eclectic repertoire from nearly a century of traditional bluegrass, gospel, and Americana music.
Ben Van Winkle and Dan Landrum will wow us with their original tunes on cello and hammered dulcimer. You’ll see some familiar faces in Ben’s recent concert released on YouTube.
Enjoy a fun, romantic evening at this year’s Valentine’s Dance. Come dance or just sit and listen to one of Chattanooga’s best jazz and standards bands, the Dave Schwab Trio. Tickets for this fundraiser are $50 each. We have a limited number, please call or email to reserve yours.