Renowned folk scholar Stephen Wade is bringing the music, stories and photos of Depression-era Southern field workers to MTSU in a special Sept. 24-25 campus visit that features free public concerts and chats.
The largest event, “A Concert and Conversation with Stephen Wade,” is set Thursday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in Room S102 of MTSU’s Business and Aerospace Building as part of the university’s Tom T. Hall Writers Series.
On Saturday, September 20, Nashville Ballet and the Belmont University School of Music will host a FREE performance of Ferdinand the Bull, a children’s ballet from Nashville Ballet’s Outreach & Education program. The performance takes place at Belmont University’s Massey Performing Arts Center at 2:00 p.m. It is free and open to the public, but guests are encouraged to pre-register, as seating is limited. FREE tickets can be reserved in advance at www.NashvilleBallet.com/Ferdinand.
MTSU’s true blue interior design majors will give full range of expression to all that “blue” means in a fun, family-friendly event.
The MTSU student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will present “Singing the Blues” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, at Oaklands Historic House Museum, 900 N. Maney Ave., in Murfreesboro. This event is free and open to the public.
Duo Damiana is focused on broadening the cutting-edge repertoire for flute and guitar. In the summer of 2014, the duo mentored 97 young composers at the Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium and performed at the National Flute Association Convention in Chicago. Its 2014-15 season includes tours through Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Indiana and Illinois.
Trinity Wall Street presentations are always a highlight of the New York City concert calendar, and the expansive 2014-15 season continues a tradition of what National Public Radio has called Trinity’s “dynamic and vital musical offerings.” The new season ranges from Baroque masterpieces and New World spirituals to premieres of new works, beginning on Sunday September 7 at 8pm with the Compline by Candlelight series at St. Paul’s Chapel.