Clarksville, TN – Jazz standard lovers will not want to miss the incredible evening of music lined up at Clarksville’s oldest professional live theatre, the Roxy Regional Theatre, this spring.
The Cumberland Winds Jazz Combo presents “A Night of Jazz Standards” in the intimate setting of the Roxy Regional Theatre on Friday, March 29th, 2019 at 7:30pm.
All ages are sure to enjoy this variety of memorable jazz standards, including famous songs from Broadway and the Great American Songbook, performed by Bo Clayton on trumpet, Darrin Hoffman on guitar, Zenon Garcia on drums and Avery Cody on bass, with featured vocalist Sarah Queen.
The Cumberland Winds Jazz Combo with featured vocalist Sarah Queen to perform at the Roxy Regional Theatre, March 19th.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksvillians can buy Valentine’s gifts from local artists, sample champagne and heart-healthy chocolates from local caterers, and enjoy chamber music by local musicians at the seventh annual Valentine’s Day Afternoon with the Arts, Sunday, February 14th, 2016.
The Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts & Heritage Development Council and F&M Bank are hosting this event from 1:00pm until 4:00pm in F&M Bank’s Franklin Room, with its spectacular views of downtown and the Cumberland River.
At last year’s Valentine’s Afternoon with the Arts, Jo Jenkins looked over bowls with woodcarver Terry Ellis. This year’s event, hosted by the Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council and F&M Bank, will be Sunday, February 14th, in the bank’s Franklin Room.
Clarksville, TN – Patrons of the arts at Austin Peay State University joined creators of art at a festive celebration at F&M Bank’s Franklin Room in downtown Clarksville last week.
The annual Soiree on Franklin, in its fifth year and sponsored by the Acuff Circle of Excellence board of directors, featured representations of all of APSU’s arts disciplines: music, dance and theatre, creative writing and the visual arts. This year’s theme, “Coming Home to the Arts,” was chosen to tie into the University’s Homecoming Week.
Austin Peay students from the cast of the upcoming “Broadway on the Cumberland.” entertain at the 2014 Soiree on Franklin.
We’ve got magic to do, just for you. We’ve got miracle plays to play. We’ve got parts to perform, hearts to warm. Kings and things to take by storm. As we go along our way.
So begins the story of Pippin, a young man seeking his way in the world. This young man just happens to be the son of Emperor Charlemagne. Pippin knows with all his heart that there are great things in store for his life, but he has a hard time figuring out just what they may be. So he sets off to figure out the purpose of his life. Along the way Pippin is manipulated into a variety of situations by the mysterious Leading Player. Intrigue, plots to bring disaster! Humor, handled by a master! Romance, sex presented pastorally! Illusion, fantasy to study! Battles, barbarous and bloody!
The leading player is being played by Chris Hardin an assistant professor of voice and movement at APSU. He brings an intensity to the role worthy of Ben Vereen from the 1973 Broadway Production.