Knoxville Opera to Perform Traditional Christmas Selections at Knox Area Rescue Ministries tonight

Knoxville Opera to Perform Traditional Christmas Selections at Knox Area Rescue Ministries tonight

KARM “Arts on Broadway” series offers positive entertainment for KARM guests

The Knoxville Opera will entertain guests at Knox Area Rescue Ministries with familiar Christmas musical selections in the KARM Chapel on Tuesday, December 5th.The performance is part of KARM’s “Arts on Broadway” series of events for guests at KARM. The performance will begin at 6 p.m.
“We are delighted to host the Knoxville Opera as our guests for an evening of traditional Christmas music as part of our Arts on Broadway series. We appreciate their enormous wealth of talent and their willingness to share with those in need who come to us at KARM,” said Burt Rosen, KARM President and CEO.
The Arts on Broadway series at KARM brings positive, healing entertainment through the arts. The events are free to those receive aid at KARM. The initiative plans quality entertainment and an evening of relaxation once a quarter, creating a healing environment and a respite from the harsh realities of homelessness. This week’s event, provided by the Knoxville Opera, will introduce operatic music and theater to many who have never experienced the art form.
The Knoxville Opera’s mission is to provide the residents of East Tennessee with high quality, locally produced opera and to contribute to the future of the operatic art form by educating the community about opera and its role in our culture. The Knoxville Opera was founded in 1978 and hosts a dynamic season of productions each year, as well as the annual Knoxville Opera Rossini Festival International Street Fair.
KARM serves nearly 1,000 meals daily to the poor and needy of the area. In addition, over 400 men, women and children sleep at KARM every night. KARM also offers innovative job training programs that help lead people to healthy and independent lives and begin to restore hope to those who need it most. To learn more visit www.karm.org.

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