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It`s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas: A `Crossroads` Guide to Enjoying the Season

Published on December 10, 2010 By Erin McInnis

It’s no surprise that we at Tennessee Crossroads love to get out and enjoy all the unique people and places around the state. But we particularly love this time of year, because even those places that we seasoned travelers have visited time and time again offer a different experience during the month of December. We’re […]

Chihuly at Cheekwood and in the Hotshop

Published on June 15, 2010 By Joe Pagetta

He’s at the Frist Center. He’s at Cheekwood. He was at TPAC with the Nashville Symphony. And now he’s on NPT. This Thursday, June 17, beginning at 8:00 p.m., NPT is proud to join its fellow arts organizations in Nashville in celebrating the work of world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly. We’ve got two documentaries on […]

The NPT Music Monthly September 2008

Published on September 2, 2008 By Joe Pagetta

The NPT Music Monthly for September ’08 has been sent to subscribers and is up on the wnpt.net news page (under latest news) now. It’s the complete listing of all the music programming coming to NPT this month, including The Nashville Symphony, Billy Joel, Carole King, The Who and plenty more. Subscribe for free at […]

Giancarlo Guerrero Goes One on One

Published on August 20, 2008 By Joe Pagetta

Wondering how someone goes from being a violinist to a percussionist to a conductor? Nashville Symphony Music Director Designate Giancarlo Guerrero recently sat down with John Seigenthaler for our ONE ON ONE series to discuss working with the Symphony, how he got his start as a conductor, and more. Guerrero, of course, is getting ready […]

Van on the Run / PBS Prez Paula Kerger Gets a Quick Tour of Nashville

Published on May 22, 2008 By Joe Pagetta

PBS president Paula Kerger was in town for the last couple of days to meet with the staff and board of NPT. It was a true honor to have her visit with us and to share with her some of the great things going on at NPT. Meetings after meetings, however, left little time for […]