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  • jc-rahsaan-barber Welcomes Rahsaan Barber Jazz Christmas On Tuesday December 20th at 8PM To The City Winery Nashville. See you there.

rahsaan-barber When you think of Nashville, jazz probably doesn’t come into your head any more than bluegrass does when you think of Detroit or polka does when you think of London. But, if rising saxophonist and hometown product Rahsaan Barber has his way—and judging by the instant appeal of his terrific new album, Everyday Magic,

  • jc-kayla-rowser-web Welcomes Kayla Rowser & The Nashville Ballet’s Production of Nutcracker. See you there!

kayla-rowser Concept, Story Treatment and Choreography by Paul Vasterling Live music performed by the Nashville Symphony Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Nashville’s holiday season doesn’t officially begin until young Clara takes her magical Uncle Drosselmeyer’s hand and journeys into an unforgettable dreamland in this spectacularly grand production. Nashville’s Nutcracker weaves together the city’s vibrant history Welcomes Musicians Corner Paul Simon 75th Birthday Tribute Monday October 24th At 8PM At City Winery With Chat With Peter Ames Carlin Author Of Homeward Bound: The Life Of Paul Simon

peter-ames-carlin-homeward-bound Legendary songwriter Paul Simon turns 75 in October. Help celebrate his birthday with this special tribute, featuring the best loved songs of Paul Simon and Simon and Garfunkel. Band leader Scott Mulvahill of Kentucky Thunder will lead an all-star cast. All proceeds benefit Musicians Corner, a Nashville nonprofit music program that supports emerging artists

  • jc-lil-russell-facebook Welcomes Lil Russell Band To Soul At The Factory Music Concert Series On Saturday October 29th

The-Lil-Russell-Band The Lil Russell Band to open for Jason Eskridge on Saturday October 29th. To purchase your tickets visit

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Paul Vasterling, CEO & Artistic Director Of The Nashville Ballet Talks About Something Wicked with Dr. Alvin

paul-vasterling Choreography and Story Interpretation by Paul Vasterling Live music performed by ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Music by Kenji Bunch Unearth the wickedness of human nature as Macbeth embarks on a power-hungry quest to the throne. No one is safe as Macbeth spins an intricate web of murder, greed and deceit—not even himself. But is he

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Streaming, Sharing, Stealing: Big Data And The Future of Entertainment By Rahul Telang chats with Dr. Alvin

rahul-telang "[The authors explain] gently yet firmly exactly how the internet threatens established ways and what can and cannot be done about it. Their book should be required for anyone who wishes to believe that nothing much has changed." -- The Wall Street Journal "Packed with examples, from the nimble-footed who reacted quickly to adapt

  • jc-nashville-symphony-free Welcomes Free Day Of Music With The Nashville Symphony On Saturday October 22nd at 11AM

dave-felipe-free-day-of-music Featuring more than 20 performers, including the Nashville Symphony Enjoy free performances all day and into the night at our annual Free Day of Music, when we shine a light on Music City’s wealth of talent. Fun for the whole family Doors open at 10:30 am, music from 11 am-9 pm Over 20 acts

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Dr. Gregory Wolynec Of Gateway Chamber Orchestra On Masterworks Series Concert II: Celebrating Faith & Spirituality chats with Dr. Alvin

gregory-wolynec Masterworks Series Concert II: Celebrating Faith & Spirituality October 24, 2016 - 7:30 PM The Franklin Theatre 419 Main Street Franklin, Tennessee 37064 Arvo Pärt - Fratres Felix Mendelssohn - String Symphony No. 10 in B Minor Ralph Vaughan Williams - Variants on Dives and Lazarus Morton Gould - Spirituals Extraordinary music can raise Welcomes John Hoomes’ Mozart Bad Boy-Don Giovanni-Baritone David Adam Moore’s Nashville Opera debut in the title role October 6th- 8th at Jackson Hall, TPAC. To order your tickets visit See you there!

john-hoomes John Hoomes' Original Production Mozart takes on the libertine adventures of Don Juan, and John Hoomes brings modern relevance to this ageless story! Examining good and evil (and the lies people tell themselves), DON GIOVANNI masterfully mixes comedy and drama as we follow the lascivious Don Giovanni from one conquest to the next. Mozart’s

  • jc-summitt Welcomes To The City Winery-The Summit: Manhattan Transfer And Take 6 On Wednesday October 19th At 6:30pm. See You There!

Between them, the two groups boast a remarkable 20 Grammy Awards, and a range of styles that covers nearly every genre of popular music; from jazz to swing, from gospel to R&B. As The Manhattan Transfer mark the 40th Anniversary of their debut recording on Atlantic Records ~ Janis Siegel, Alan Paul, and Cheryl Bentyne