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Nashville Ballet announces free televised premiere of Nashville’s Nutcracker in December

Nashville Ballet and NewsChannel 5 are partnering to present a free televised premiere of a full-length Nashville’s Nutcracker on Friday, December 18, featuring an introduction and narration by former Tennessee Titan Eddie George.

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Nashville Ballet, League of Women Voters present digital performance of ’72 Steps’ Aug. 18

Inspired by Tennessee’s role in the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Nashville Ballet will present Gina Patterson’s ’72 Steps’ on August 18 in a special digital format made possible by the League of Women Voters.

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OZ Arts to present Jana Harper’s timely ‘This Holding: Traces of Contact,’ May 29

Jana Harper’s timely and unique “This Holding: Traces of Contact,” premieres May 29 at 8 p.m. across OZ Arts’ website and social platforms.

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Nashville Ballet’s ‘Emergence’ available for free on YouTube May 15-17

Nashville Ballet will present a free version of “Emergence” May 15–17 on its YouTube channel.

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Local contemporary dance company New Dialect presents ‘The Triangle’ and ‘Fresh Fruit’ at OZ Arts

New Dialect’s artistic director Banning Bouldin found new ways to express her emotions through choreography not long after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

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Ballerina Kayla Rowser announces final season with Nashville Ballet

Three opportunities to see Rowser remain: ‘Attitude: Other Voices’ Feb. 14-16, ‘Modern Masters’ April 24-26 and during the company’s workshop series, ‘Emergence’ May 14-17.

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A timeline of Alvin Ailey’s 60 years of brilliance

His legacy of dance continues at TPAC’s Jackson Hall for two distinct performances Feb. 28 and 29.

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How Alvin Ailey started the world’s largest modern dance company

Sometimes, bodies say more than words ever could; and nobody understood this better than Alvin Ailey — whose legendary dance company graces TPAC for two unique performances Feb. 28 and 29.