We learned that the beautiful Hunter Museum of Art had a Chamber Music Concert in the early evening. We had planned to tour of the Hunter Museum of Art but this was definitely a bonus! The museum is situated on top of an 80-foot bluff overlooking the Tennessee River. Our timing couldn’t have been more perfect. This year the museum’s String Theory music series began today! Museum attendees were invited to listen to the museum’s art curators discuss works from the Hunter collection that relate to the music featured in the evening concert. As we strolled through the museum viewing sculpture and paintings with occasional glimpses of the Tennessee River through the many glass walls, we were able to stop and listen to the lecture in the open gallery on the main floor. The concert featured Roberto Diaz, President of the Curtis Institute of Music and mezzo-soprano Jazimina Macneil. My husband and I were perched on the second floor balcony with a perfect view of the performers in the concert hall below us. The three story glass walls aided in the acoustics of this performance as well as giving us a perfect view of the boaters floating by on the Tennessee River. What a wonderful end to our visit in Chattanooga!
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