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New Dialect's 'The Triangle'

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.

Kayla Rowser

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.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

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.

Alvin Ailey's 'Revelations'

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.

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Q&A with cellist Maya Beiser and dancer Wendy Whelan about blending two artforms for ‘The Day’

TPAC News Center recently talked with Beiser and Whelan about how being masters of their respective crafts blends together on stage before sharing one together at TPAC’s Polk Theater on Jan. 18.

Aaron LaVigne and the company of the North American Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar

Reimagined ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ comes to TPAC March 3-8

Following critically acclaimed engagements, the reimagined 50th Anniversary tour of  Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar comes to TPAC March 3-8.

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Maren Morris and Rayland Baxter to perform at Nashville Ballet’s ‘Ballet Ball 2020’

Two Nashville Country Music icons sharing the stage with Nashville Ballet at its annual fundraising gala.

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Renowned cellist Maya Beiser, dance icon Wendy Whelan perform in rare collaboration inspired by 9/11

“We started working on the piece on September 11”, says renowned Cellist Maya Beiser says. “We were there, in New York City when it happened. The piece became inspired by those events.”