Nashville Ballet to Present Virtual Premiere of Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s Seasons This Weekend in Attitude Part II
Nashville Ballet will be concluding their latest virtual series this weekend with AttitudePart II on Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 4. Aimed to highlight the wealth of talent native to Music City by bringing back fan-favorites by local artists, Attitude Part II will feature the virtual premiere of Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s Seasons. Newly expanded and exclusively reimagined for this performance, Seasons is set to Antonio Vivaldi’s beloved score The Four Seasons recomposed by contemporary musician Max Richter.
The performance link will be sent to all ticket buyers on Friday, April 2 and will be
Due to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19, Attitude Part I and II is replacing the previously scheduled in-person performances of Attitude: New Works by Women at TPAC. Nashville Ballet is excited to be presenting this performance in a new digital portal that creates easier patron access and includes links to additional resources such as our new podcast series, interviews with the creatives behind the production, and more!
For more information on Attitude Part II or to purchase tickets, click here.
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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 season performances and its Community Engagement programming. Curriculum-based Community Engagement programs bring dance education to community centers, colleges, public libraries, and public elementary, middle, and high schools across the state. School of Nashville Ballet brings world-class dance instruction to students age 2 and up. To learn more about Nashville Ballet, please visit nashvilleballet.com.
Nashville Ballet receives public funding from Metro Arts, Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts. Contributions from local, regional, and national institutional funders and community partners, as well as hundreds of generous individuals, provide ongoing support of Nashville Ballet’s mission-critical programs.
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