An evening of wine, food, music and fun
For the past 86 years, the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera has been one of the citys brightest gems. Led by Kayoko Dan, the CSO consists of top players from Chattanooga and around the southern region.
But as with all things symphonic, they cant continue without your help. And like many organizations in Chattanooga, they like to do a bit more than just ask for donations. In fact, they can get quite creative with their fundraising.
One of the highlights of their fundraising is UnCorked, which will take place this Saturday starting at 6:30 p.m. at Renaissance Park.
Come out and join with symphony supporters, food and wine enthusiasts, and locals looking to have fun and spend an evening on the banks of the Tennessee River. Party-goers will enjoy great food, unlimited wine in a custom wine glass, and fantastic live music by Rick Rushing and the Blues Strangers.
We are thrilled to be presenting UnCorked once again this year, says CSO Executive Director Samantha Teter. The event typically raises about $70,000 for our music education programs, many of which we offer free of charge to schools and community locations throughout a 12-county region.
UnCorked attracts several of ...