Nashville Shakespeare Festival
Come spend the Dog Days of summer in the refreshing oasis of oneC1TY as the Nashville Shakespeare Festival will work with Kennie Playhouse Theater once again to bring two exciting plays to Middle Tennessee: August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean and Shakespeare’s Cymbeline.
Nashville artist Charles “Jamersonsgc” Key is hosting his first art show at Trevecca Nazarene University on Sept. 17 from 6-10 p.m.
The show will feature never-before-seen art from Key, dating back to the mid-1990s. Some pieces will be available in a silent auction.
The dynamic duo penned the up-tempo track alongside frequent collaborator Chris DeStefano. The group of creatives cultivated the hopeful-driven narrative in 2021 at a Nashville bar during a blizzard. Although half the city was shut down to harsh weather conditions, the driven singer-songwriters got down to work.
The prestigious Nashville Symphony will perform a free concert for the community on the lawn of the Montgomery County Downtown Commons on Tuesday, September 6th, 2022. Beginning at 6:00pm, the community can participate in an Instrument Petting Zoo hosted by the Nashville Symphony.
Singh has a background in the performing arts, higher ed, municipal leadership and diversity, equity and inclusion.
The member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Country Music Hall of Fame discusses viral, perpetual popularity.
Current Associate Artistic Director Nick Mullikin will succeed Vasterling as Artistic Director and CEO in June 2023.
Fundraiser for Café Momentum features other food and beverage partners plus music from The Smokeshows, Father Jumanji and more. If you think that Oktoberfest is the only time when Germantown shows off its neighborhood spirit, we’ve got a surprise for you. Tandy Wilson of City House and Julia Sullivan of Henrietta Red have banded together to plan a big block party on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 4-7 p.m. to celebrate the end of summer, and it looks like it will be a blowout!
Made with precious materials, innovative techniques, and stunning artistry, Asian textiles have been integral to global trade for centuries.
Originally created by High Hopes therapist Lori Scott and her husband, Ricky, High Hopes & Hops was designed to fundraise for the center’s Excellence Fund, which supports professional development and staff training for its therapists. The event celebrated record-breaking attendance and fundraising last year, according to a press release from the nonprofit, and it continues to provide much-needed support across all High Hopes’ programs.