Works on display will represent a wide range of artistic
mediums, from painting, printmaking, photography and ceramics
to sculpture, installation, performance and video art.
Poet Ciaran Carson will read from his work at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, April 20, in Room 126 of Wilson Hall. He will also be
interviewed by Alice Quinn, executive director of the Poetry
Society of America.
The feature of the evening will be NJO, Music City’s
premier jazz big band, led by Music Director Jim Williamson,
playing new music by Nashville composers and arrangers who
have prepared works for this event.
Gabriela Lena Frank uses her multicultural heritage to
create a unique brand of contemporary classical music. She
will perform a free public concert Tuesday, April 21, from 6
to 8 p.m. at Wightman Chapel on the campus of the Scarritt
Bennett Center located on 19th Avenue South.
Company Rose Contemporary Dance will perform
“Leveche” at 7:30 p.m. inside the historic Neuhoff
Complex at the end of Monroe Street in Germantown. In her
latest work, Artistic Director Marsha Barsky, adjunct
professor at Blair School of Music, investigates the nature of
change by exploring the juxtaposition of industrial spaces and
natural phenomena, habitual movement and organic phrasing.
One of the oldest and most prestigious steeplechase races
in the country, the Iroquois offers an exciting day at the
races that satisfies all the senses.
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