Now celebrating its fourth year, Arts & Flowers has blossomed into one of Nashville's most successful and best attended cultural events. Benefiting GRAMMY nominated ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, this sizzling arts party is coming Saturday, July 20, to the W.O. Smith Music School.
The Tennessee Valley Winds in association with The Friends of the Greenway and Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department will perform a free concert under the direction of Erich Zimmerman, on Sunday, June 9th at 2pm in the Old Fort Park Pavilion #3 at 1025 Old Fort parkway in Murfreesboro.
A choreographer with a deep affinity for music, Nashville Ballet’s CEO and Artistic Director Paul Vasterling has created more than 40 works, ranging from classical, full-length story ballets to more contemporary one-acts set to the music of local artists. Now he’s joined forces with ALIAS to use Kenji Bunch’s music to tell the story of Macbeth. Vasterling recently spoke to ALIAS Exposed about this exciting collaboration.
ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, already regarded for its top-notch artistry and innovative programming, brings yet another feature to the stage in its final concert of the season: Two World Premieres of works composed by ALIAS musicians.
The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s ensemble in residence, will conclude their "Faculty Favorites" season with a free public concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 8, in Hinton Music Hall inside MTSU's Wright Music Building.
The university's ensemble-in-residence, all of whom teach in MTSU’s School of Music, will continue the season's theme with performances of:
Karen Elson and LEAGUES will perform at the Nashville Symphony Spring Fashion Show, presented by Lexus of Nashville on April 9 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Music City’s biggest annual runway show, the event will be emceed by CMT personality Allison DeMarcus and will feature Monique Lhuillier’s Fall 2013 Collection. Sponsored by Genesco, Gus Mayer and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra League, the Symphony Spring Fashion Show raises funds for the educational and artistic programs of the Nashville Symphony.
Described by The Tennessean as “enthralling” when it debuted in 2004, Vasterling’s Romeo & Juliet returns to TPAC’s Jackson Hall April 26 – 28 to tell the tale of a love so powerful that nothing could contain it – not feuding families, not youth – not even life itself.