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Yoop expands to Nashville with Yoop eSpace at Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Yoop, an entertainment company empowering fans and creators through live events, is bringing its innovative eConcert experience to Nashville, selecting TPAC for its first U.S. expansion.

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Patti LuPone, Laura Benanti & Vanessa Williams featured in virtual ‘Live from the West Side’ concert series

TPAC and PNC Bank present “Live from the West Side: Women of Broadway” series, featuring virtual concerts from Patti LuPone, Laura Benanti and Vanessa Williams.

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Nashville Symphony 2020-21 lineup includes Mozart Fest, recording projects and more

Leslie Odom, Jr., Police drummer Stewart Copeland, Jennifer Nettles and Ben Folds among guest artists slated to perform with orchestra.

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A testament to the power of song: Dr. Paul T. Kwami on Fisk Jubilee Singers’ legacy

Hear the spirituals that are rooted in the soul of America and learn about the Jubilee Singers from Fisk University that brought them to the world.

The Chieftains and Friends: The Irish Goodbye

Paul McCartney, Madonna & Mick Jagger among The Chieftains’ biggest collaborators

The Chieftains’ founder Paddy Moloney shares how he introduced Irish music to the world ahead of Feb. 19 stop at TPAC.

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Stew and Heidi celebrate civil rights activist James Baldwin with ‘Notes of a Native Song’ Jan. 31 – Feb. 1

Stew and his band, The Negro Problem, use Baldwin’s work to examine our lingering civil rights woes through a rapturous mix of rock, jazz and soul for two performances at Oz Arts.

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A powerful, passionate evening of song by legendary performer Mandy Patinkin in ‘Diaries’ on Jan. 29

Celebrating Patinkin’s four decades as a multiple Tony-winning Broadway performer for one enchanted evening at TPAC.

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Gospel icon Trey McLaughlin to fill War Memorial with sumptuous harmonies

Trey McLaughlin knew he wanted to be a singer at four-years-old. The vocalist, composer and educator serves up spiritual sustenance with his Sounds of Zamar choir on Feb. 18.