Theatres & The Arts In Nashville, TN
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Personalized art instruction for enthusiastic kids, teens, & adults. In Cool Springs for over 10 years, Firstlight has a school-year program with 28 different weekly classes, and a summer program with camps, the art buffet, and workshops.
Franklin School of Performing Arts was founded in 1991 by Kaylee Cahoon, former Nikolais and Louis Dance Company member. With artistic expression in the forefront of the vision for the school.
The JAM Advanced Music camp provides an environment of total music immersion for talented young musicians and vocalists to nurture their passion for music, to empower them to achieve their musical goals.
The Frist Center features ever-changing exhibitions; a gift shop and café; and the award-winning Martin ArtQuest interactive gallery, where you create your own masterpieces. 18 and under FREE.
SSE is a Booking and Artist Management Company:
Current Talent Roster:
R&B/Soul Artist Carla Cooke
Blues Artist Claudette King
Jazz Artist Gloria Reuben
Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire
FASA is the red hot center of a movement to transform the arts in the 21st century.
Rocketown is a faith-based, youth outreach center in the heart of downtown Nashville. We have a large coffee bar space, two music venues, and a full skate park & shop.
reviving creative and performing arts through plays, poems, stories & songs for all ages - embracing the concept of the 'traveling troupe' to bring the arts to the people
Our flagship summer camps are the Southern Girls Rock Camp and the Tennessee Teens Rock Camp held in both Nashville and Murfreesboro.
The Larry Keeton Theatre is a stellar community dinner theatre in the Donelson area. WE are located at 108 Donelson Pike , just 2 miles north of the Nashville Airport and on your left beore the ight at Lebanon Road.Now in our 11th year,we are part...
The new Franklin Theatre continues the cherished tradition of showing movies, but also adds a new dimension to Main Street – live music.
Nashville Children’s Theatre is a professional theatre company providing the children, families and educators of Middle Tennessee with extraordinary shared theatrical experiences that inspire imagination, develop creativity, and build community.
With more than 140 performances annually, the Nashville Symphony’s concert schedule encompasses a diverse mix of classical, pops, jazz and family programs, along with extensive community outreach efforts.
With over 1700 students regularly enrolled in our weekly parent/child classes in metro Atlanta, we are the largest early childhood music education center in the country.
Collective Art School of Tennessee offers professional performing arts instruction for children ages 3 to 18 with the intention of building character, confidence, and technical performing arts skills.
Franklin TN's Music Lessons Studio.
Street Theatre Company is a professional non-profit arts organization dedicated to pioneering innovative modern musical theatre in Nashville.
OZ is a destination for innovative contemporary art experiences.
EMI Records Nashville was founded in 2010 as a sister label to Capitol Records Nashville and operates as part of the Universal Music Group Nashville.
Bridgestone Arena opened in December 1996 and has hosted more than 13 million guests. It is Nashville’s number one venue for large-scale musical productions, as well as one of the nation’s most highly-acclaimed entertainment and sports venues.
Franklin Brentwood Arts Academy is one of the top performing arts schools in Tennessee. If you are new to music lessons, we offer Private Voice, Guitar, and Piano Lessons as well as Group Singing and Acting Classes.
If the hallowed walls of the Ryman Auditorium could talk, the remarkable story they would tell is unmatched in entertainment history.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing and supporting the presentation of the performing arts to the citizens of Tennessee.
The Belcourt Theatre is a unique Nashville treasure with a vibrant historic past and deep roots in the community. The Belcourt provides opportunities for people of all ages to discover, explore and learn through the power of film.
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