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One-woman show to headline upcoming music performances


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MARTIN, Tenn. – Kate Tombaugh, a performer based in Murray, Ky., will perform her one-woman show “It Just Takes One” at 7 p.m., March 28, in the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Blankenship Recital Hall, located inside the Fine Arts Building.

Tombaugh serves as producer and performer of the show, which explores the struggles of a young woman beginning a career as an opera singer while attempting to balance her social life. The production features operatic performance, musical theatre, art song and a variety of musical selections from the 1930s and ‘40s.

UT Martin performers will close the performance week with two concerts April 2, both located in the Blankenship Recital Hall. Students in the UT Martin vocal studio will present their spring recital beginning at 3 p.m., and the University Trio will perform at 7:30 that evening.

Dr. Elaine Harriss and Charles Lewis, both music faculty members at UT Martin, and Dr. Krista Frye, a music faculty member at both Murray State University and Bethel University, make up the University Trio. The group will perform pieces written for piano, flute and clarinet.

All three performances are free of charge and open to the public.

For more information on these or other events through the UT Martin Department of Music, contact the department at 731-881-7402.


PHOTO ID: Kate Tombaugh, a performer based in Murray, Ky., will perform her one-woman show on the UT Martin campus March 28.

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