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Performing Arts Fort Worth Announces 2021-2022 Lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series

Performing Arts Fort Worth Announces 2021-2022 Lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series

Performing Arts Fort Worth announced today the 2021-2022 lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series. The lineup features several audience favorites, as well as one-of-a-kind pairings and a new touring production showcasing the impact of music on pop culture.

The 2021-2022 series kicks off with the return of BRUCE ROBISON & KELLY WILLIS’ HOLIDAY SHINDIG at McDavid Studio in December, followed by country music legends THE GATLIN BROTHERS AND CRYSTAL GAYLE appearing together for the very first time on the Bass Hall stage. Ring in the new year a little early when Robert Earl Keen returns to Bass Hall. Celebrate

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Performing arts center artwork finalized | News, Sports, Jobs

T-R PHOTO BY TREVOR BABCOCK — Marshalltown Arts and Culture Alliance Director Amber Danielson and Chair of Marshalltown Public Art Committee Ben Fletcher (right) talk to members of the school board about bringing a public artwork to the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center.

A new work of art will be installed outside the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center.

The Marshalltown Performing Arts Center Foundation and the Marshalltown Community School District in partnership with the Marshalltown Arts and Culture Alliance announced finalist Stephen T. Johnson’s “Scherzo” sculpture will be permanently installed at Marshalltown Performing Arts Center later this fall.

“We’re really excited to

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Art Museums, Festivals & Performing Arts In Colorado

Taking its inspiration from the conical shape of a volcano, this earthy, airy dome is produced from all-natural supplies, appearing as a living organism complete with lush plant life. Art Island – The first-ever permanent gallery for the exhibition of large-scale, commercially available, festival-inspired artwork. TheCentral City Opera Houseis house to the nation’s fifth-oldest opera firm, and the remodeledEllie Caulkins Opera Housein Denver is receiving nationwide consideration for its performances.

  • In addition, college students participate in cohort trips to film festivals together with Sundance, SXSW and Cannes.
  • Music is a major half within the entertainment world, which is crucial in
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Winter Arts Guide: Performing Arts

Nashville OperaNashville OperaPhoto: Peyton Hoge

In a season marked by uncertainty, Nashville Opera CEO and artistic director John Hoomes remains characteristically focused and optimistic.

“It’s been such a challenging time for everyone in the arts world, but we’ve done our best to stay strong and keep moving forward,” says Hoomes, who has served as Nashville Opera’s artistic director since 1995. “Heading into this fall, we were determined not to surrender to this pandemic. We have a wonderful Opera Guild and incredible supporters, so knew we just had to get creative. So yes, our season has looked a little different this

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