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Yoga and cocktails? I’m feeling calmer already… ‘Yoga on the Stage’ community event Jan. 31

Turning doubt into security, strangers into friends, and stress into sweat on the Jackson Hall stage.

Cheekwood check-in: Three new exhibitions opening this month

New exhibits include indoor orchid display, student art competition, and Japanese contemporary artist-in-residence Hiroshi Sato.

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Frist Art Museum presents ‘J.M.W. Turner: Quest for the Sublime’ for its sole U.S. appearance

An exhibition of extraordinary oil paintings, luminous watercolors and evocative sketches by Joseph Mallord William Turner.

Coming to TPAC? Make sure to get your discounts at these great local businesses

TPAC dining, catering, hotel and transportation partners supporting the arts.

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Giancarlo Guerrero presents two generations of Polish composers with the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic Jan. 21

Now in his 11th season as Music Director of the Nashville Symphony, the six-time Grammy Award-winning maestro Giancarlo Guerrero conducts the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic in its first US tour since 2012.

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Frist Art Museum and Fisk University present ‘Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar’

A survey of the late artist’s multidisciplinary practice, which explored the intersection of music, art, and African American history through sculpture, prints, performance, and video.

Nashville Shakes stages dystopian, post-apocolyptic ‘Macbeth’ tour throughout Middle Tennessee

For a play first performed in 1606, the story of Macbeth can still feel eerily relevant. No one knows this better than Nashville Shakes, who stages one of the Bard’s darkest and most famous tragedies on a Middle Tennessee tour.

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Mark the winter solstice with OZ Arts’ ‘The Longest Night,’ featuring the Portara Ensemble and over 40 Nashville performers

In celebration of the winter solstice, ‘The Longest Night,’ takes place on the actual longest nights of the year — Dec. 20 and 21, bringing together over 40 Nashville-based artists.