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Nashville Ballet to Conclude Season at Belmont’s New Fisher Center for the Performing Arts Next Weekend

Nashville Ballet to Conclude Season at Belmont’s New Fisher Center for the Performing Arts Next Weekend

Nashville Ballet will conclude their 2021-22 season June 4–5 at Belmont University’s brand-new Fisher Center for the Performing Arts. A highly-anticipated event in a world-class venue, Nashville Ballet at Belmont will feature an exclusive preview of New York Times acclaimed choreographer Matthew Neenan’s newest work, a brand-new piece by Associate Artistic Director Nick Mullikin, and the return of Val Caniparoli’s effervescent Tutto Eccetto il Lavandino (everything but the kitchen sink). The performance will feature Nashville Ballet Company dancers and live music by pianist Alessandra Volpi and violist Christina McGann. The performance will also feature the music of Rachmaninov performed live, plus fan-favorite works by Vivaldi and Gabriela Lena Frank.

Following a triumphant year that included their return to the TPAC stage, a nationwide tour, and the Company’s first-ever Emmy win, Nashville Ballet will celebrate their final performance of the season at Music City’s newest premier venue Saturday, June 4 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, June 5 at 2 p.m. Featuring optimal, state-of-the-art acoustics, over 1,700 seats, and free parking, Belmont University’s Fisher Center for the Performing Arts is the perfect backdrop to these stunning performances. For more information on Nashville Ballet at Belmont or to purchase tickets, please visit

About Nashville Ballet 

Nashville Ballet is the largest professional ballet company in Tennessee. Nashville Ballet presents a varied repertoire of classical ballet and contemporary works by noted choreographers, including original works by Artistic Director Paul Vasterling. Nashville Ballet and the second company, NB2 (a pre-professional training company), provide more than 55,000 arts experiences to adults and children annually through virtual and in-person season performances and its Community Engagement programming. Curriculum-based Community Engagement programs bring digital and in-person arts education opportunities to community centers, colleges, public libraries, and elementary, middle, and high schools across the state. School of Nashville Ballet brings world-class dance instruction to students ages 2 and up. To learn more about Nashville Ballet, please visit

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