Arts & Culture


Thu January 16, 2014
Arts & Culture

Have Fun, Get Fit, Raise Funds at Jan. 18 Zumbathon for MTSU’s Project Help

Sophia Mobley Zumbathon 2014

Get healthy while having fun and helping raise funds for little ones to learn? Who knew you could cover three New Year's resolutions in one swoop?

Supporters of Project Help, MTSU’s inclusive preschool, can do just that this Saturday, Jan. 18, at the second annual Zumbathon at Dance Murfreesboro. 

The event, set from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 730-A Middle Tennessee Blvd., features the popular dance-fitness workout that requires no special knowledge or ability, just a willingness to have fun. 

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Tue January 14, 2014
Arts & Culture

Nashville Ballet Goes Country with Johnny Cash, Performances from Local Musicians

Celebrate your love of Nashville this Valentine’s Day, as Nashville Ballet’s Attitude marries two very uniquely Nashville past times: live music and dance. Nashville Ballet presents Attitude at TPAC’s Polk Theater February 14-16, sponsored by SunTrust Bank and Nashville Scene. This special presentation of innovative art combines contemporary dance from three cutting-edge choreographers with live music from various local artists.

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Fri January 3, 2014
Arts & Culture

Upcoming Events at the Schermerhorn



Guerrero Conducts Mahler
January 10-11

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Wed December 18, 2013
Arts & Culture

Bastille Show Moves to War Memorial Auditorium

- Bastille’s show in Nashville on April 28th is moving to the historic War Memorial Auditorium, a venue with a brand new sound system, after selling out the Cannery Ballroom within minutes of tickets being on sale.

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Fri December 13, 2013
Arts & Culture

City Schools’ Students Have a Blast at MTSU Education Day Event

The MTSU-Murfreesboro City Schools Education Day crowd of 10,028 fans attending the Lady Raiders 68-32 victory against visiting Kennesaw (Ga.) State University Dec. 12 in Murphy Center is the fourth largest in program history. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

 Youthful energy vibrated throughout MTSU’s Murphy Center Thursday (Dec. 12) as more than 7,000 Murfreesboro school children attended the Education Day women’s basketball game.

Children danced, screamed, high-fived and even learned a thing or two about math and science before, during and after the game, which saw the MT Lady Raiders (6-3) defeat visiting Kennesaw (Ga.) State University, 68-32, in front of 10,028 fans — fourth largest in program history.

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