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Nashville Ballet

Contact Name: Briona Richardson


3630 Redmon St.
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
United States
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Phone: (615) 297-2966

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Nashville Ballet’s Community Engagement Program promotes dance as an essential and inspiring element of our community with wide-reaching and innovative educational dance programming for schools and community groups throughout Middle Tennessee. Nashville Ballet travels to schools, libraries, parks, and community centers to introduce new audiences of all ages to the artistry, beauty, and athleticism of dance.

Each of our school curriculum-based programs meets many of the developmental and academic standards set forth by the state of Tennessee and the Metropolitan Nashville Public School (MNPS) system and is designed to appeal to the various learning styles and needs of all ages.

Contact Briona Richardson at brichardson@nashvilleballet.com

Sample Programs Offered

Program Title: Ferdinand the Bull

Program Type: Arts Integration

Program Description:

Through original choreography, music and bright, colorful costumes inspired by cubist Pablo Picasso, Ferdinand the Bull tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. As told by Munro Leaf in his classic children’s book.

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Program Title: 72 STEPS

Program Type: Arts Integration

Program Description:

Commissioned by the League of Women Voters of Nashville and their Perfect 36 Supporters, Gina Patterson’s 72 Steps takes an empowering and celebratory look at the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the vital role Tennessee played in it. Patterson’s work transports classrooms and audiences to the early 1900s as camps in favor and opposition of suffrage frantically battle for support in the days leading up to the Tennessee legislature’s history making vote. Depicting a fight that began with the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 and spanned over 72 years, this ballet transcends time in a rallying call to action designed to create dialogue surrounding the past and modern-day barriers to a unified and equitable society.

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