And you thought April Fool’s was three weeks ago. Welcome to winter’s last, thankfully brief, revenge. But spring returns for the rest of the week, and we have events a-plenty to warm your spirit.
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Culture FIX: Feb. 24-March 2
“Gray skies are gonna cheer up, put on a happy face…” More to do than can be done, so get planning. And BTW, you’re welcome!
Events this week: Dec. 9-15
Hunker down with folks in town (virtually or spaced-safely) and have a lovely second week of December, Everyone. Sample liberally, please. These are good for you!
Events this week …Oct. 21-27
Tune out the political noise and tune into something inspiring in the days ahead…
What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 18-24
Things are beginning to wind down as we approach the big holiday week ahead, bookended by Christmas and New Year’s. But there are still several key musical events on the horizon, and numerous ongoing cultural and theatrical opportunities to impress your out-of-town guests. Below is a digest for easy consumption…
What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 5-11
This week, well, it’s the usual holiday embarrassment of cultural riches, particularly if you’re in the mood for some music.
Salon 21 presents a journey through classical music
Salon 21 will host pianist Dr. Susan Yang from Vanderbilt University for a lecture recital. “Doorways: Half-Remembered Music” will reveal hidden connections across three centuries of composers
What to Do/See/Hear | May 16-22
By any measure, this weekend is one of the year’s best for the number and variety of happenings around town. Chalk it up to May, traditionally the transitional month from spring to summer and indoor to outdoor. Obviously, this year’s weather has skipped the “spring” part of that transition, but the events are blooming right on schedule.
What to Do/See/Hear | May 2-8
This week is proof that some of the biggest events can come in the smallest packages. Whether it’s a museum or a movie for the little ones, the personal connection of music performed just feet away or the beauty seen in small pieces of art, we have an event that’s just the right size for you.
What to Do/See/Hear | March 7-13
It might prove a little more difficult to focus in coming weeks. The daffodils already are opening, and daylight saving time will give us an extra hour of evening light. Best to make sure you’ve seen the region’s most important arts events before spring fever seizes you. Here’s a manageably short list.