The Annie Moses Band joins the East Tennessee Symphony Orchestra in concert on March 5

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The Annie Moses Band joins the East Tennessee Symphony Orchestra in concert March 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Collegedale Community Church, 9305 Four Corners Place in Collegedale. This family concert is FREE and open to the public. Space is limited.

A ticket is required for admission. To visit etsomusic.org/events Where https://www.eventbrite.com/e/annie-moses-band-with-the-east-tennessee-symphony-orchestra-tickets-265612422907 on Eventbrite to RSVP.

As part of the build-up to the concert, Hamilton County high school musicians will have the opportunity to practice and perform with the Annie Moses Band in a workshop led by ETSO Music Director Jeremy Francisco.

“The workshop is one of the many ways ETSO enriches the lives of musicians of all ages as part of its mission to serve, educate and connect the community through exceptional, world-class concerts,” officials said.

“We are truly thrilled to welcome the talented Annie Moses Band and share their iconic cross-genre musical experience with the East Tennessee community,” said Mathew Miller, Executive Director of ETSO. “Our guests are going to witness an incredible groundbreaking performance like none we have staged in our 17 year history. It will be such a positive and uplifting performance and we couldn’t be more proud to perform alongside their amazing world-class musicians.”

About the Annie Moses Group

The Annie Moses Band has been hailed as “American Music’s First Family”. From Emmy-nominated PBS specials to classic Billboard Top Ten crossover albums, this chart-topping group of siblings are known for their show-stopping instrumental chops and powerful vocals.

The music of the Annie Moses Band, a unique American sound: barn fiddle meets world-class arrangement; iconic songs from the heartfelt folk canon infused with classic finesse. It’s all part of their Nashville and New York formed sound.

But beyond the prowess is a family and their inspiring story of sacrifice, love and joy they find in making music together. It was a journey that took them from Carnegie Hall to the Grand Ole Opry.

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