The Nashville Symphony is launching a new effort to engage an audience demographic not usually known for its interest in classical music. The Crescendo Club is geared towards people in their 20s and 30s.
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One of Fisk University’s longtime professors is celebrating his 90th birthday this weekend. Matthew Kennedy lead the famed Jubilee Singers for nearly a quarter century, but it was the piano that brought him to Fisk.
The Aristocrat of Bands is set to show off its energetic style in Atlanta, partly in hopes of attracting future members.
The members of Alias Chamber Ensemble are finding professional success in a group that was never designed to pay the rent.
In 1917, H. L. Mencken, the writer, infamously declared that the South was about as artistically, intellectually, and culturally sterile as the Sahara Desert. Two years later, in 1919, Hazel King was born. And for the past ninety-one years, she has been a living rebuttal to Mencken’s claim. WPLN’s Kevin Bouldin introduces us to King as part of our occasional storytelling series Upon First Meeting.
The Nashville Symphony is headed to Carnegie Hall at the invitation of a new, national music festival. The orchestra is one of just six ensembles chosen for the 2012 Spring for Music Festival.
The Tennessee Arts Commission says federal stimulus money sent to the state has saved as many as 35 jobs in the arts.
Sam Moore, the surviving half of R&B duo Sam & Dave, is suing the producers of the 2008 movie “Soul Men.” He says they cribbed from the history of the Memphis duo, and tarnished the singer’s reputation with swearing, lewd sex and racial slurs.
A one-hundred thousand dollar donation came at a critical time for the Tennessee Repertory Theatre.
Fisk University wants the state appeals court to overturn a ruling so the school can sell a stake of its famous Stieglitz art collection.
The Fisk Jubilee Singers were given one of the nation’s highest honors today.
You don’t have to be a professional actor to read Shakespeare, though there were a few among the 25 people gathered at the Nashville Public Library on Saturday.
The famous Stieglitz collection at Fisk University is in the public eye for the first time in nearly three years.
Have a message for the next president of the United States? Sheryl Oring might be the woman to see.
Music fans can name their price for downloads on a new Nashville-based web site.
Audiences can expect a new twist on Nashville Ballet’s production of the Nutcracker this winter, as the company takes a chance on its biggest revenue-producer.
Nashvillians may be noticing some interesting campaign yard signs – a clinched first with blood dripping from the palm, and the words “Coriolanus for Counsel.”