The Muslim Student Association at MTSU will co-sponsor a Poetic Vision Tour concert from 6 to 10 p.m. in the T. Earl Hinton Music Hall of the Wright Music Building.
This national traveling concert tour features “spiritually infused, inspired music,” states www.poeticvisiontour.com. “The Poetic Vision Tour believes that music as an art form should not merely instruct but should inspire, not merely educate, but express.”
Medieval manuscripts and contemporary creations make up two fascinating new displays in MTSU’s James E. Walker Library.
“The Art of the Page” features manuscript leaves from Western Europe to India. The exhibit, which represents both Christian and Muslim cultures, includes secular and sacred texts and books produced before and after the onset of print technology.
Tennessee students will depict a tragic and confusing moment in Tennessee history when MTSU Theatre and Dance opens its 2012-13 season Wednesday, Oct. 3, with George Brant’s “Elephant’s Graveyard.”
Directed by Dr. Crosby Hunt with movement by Professor Kim Neal Nofsinger, “Elephant’s Graveyard” will feature a cast of 13 students from across the state in performances set Oct. 3-6 and Oct. 10-12 in the Studio Theatre inside the Boutwell Dramatic Arts Auditorium.
Nashville Ballet announced at last night’s Ballet Ball 2013 Committee Kick-off Event, that it will collaborate with two nationally acclaimed, Nashville-based musicians – cerebral singer/songwriter Matthew Perryman Jonesand Americana music royalty Holly Williams– to create original works of art as part of its upcoming performance season and for its annual fundraising gala, Ballet Ball.