Each registration admits one participant to this four-part lecture series. Participants
will receive an email reminder prior to the first class.
To register by phone, please call (615) 297-2966 x710.
Inside the Ballet: Attitude – Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project will be at Nashville Ballet Studio A (3630 Redmon Street, Nashville) in Nashville, TN - January 23, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.
Join Mitchell Korn, Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music senior lecturer, for a four-part series that explores the behind the scenes of one of Nashville Ballet’s upcoming performances. Korn will lead engaging discussions with the creative experts that make a ballet possible (choreographers, dancers, costumers, etc.) to illustrate how a concept becomes a reality.
ATTITUDE: LIGHT / THE HOLOCAUST & HUMANITY PROJECT
Tuesday, January 23
Thursday, January 25
Tuesday, January 30
Thursday, February 1
Nashville Ballet (3630 Redmon Street Nashville, TN 37209)
Participants also receive 20% off a ticket to Attitude: Light / The Holocaust and Humanity Project
Nashville Ballet presents Attitude: Light / The Holocaust and Humanity Project to explore the protection of human rights against bigotry and hate through arts, education and public dialogue. Join the conversation as Mitchell Korn leads a thoughtful examination of Light before Nashville Ballet debuts it on stage.
- Learn about the ballet’s creation
- Become a part of the community-wide conversation that considers our personal responsibility to injustice in the world today
- Engage with the artistic staff members that have made the debut of Light in Nashville possible, including Nashville Ballet Artistic Director & CEO Paul Vasterling
This lecture series will take place before Attitude: Light / The Holocaust and Humanity Project is performed at TPAC’s Polk Theater February 9-11. Click here to learn more about the performance.
Gift certificates are available in a variety of denominations and may be redeemed toward any arts performance at TPAC or War Memorial Auditorium. The gift of live performance makes memories to last a lifetime and supports TPAC’s non-profit mission.