Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville was honored to be part of the celebration commemorating the 50th birthday of the Centennial Youth Ballet here in Nashville. To mark this event we illuminated the celebration in a wash of twinkling festival lights, because nothing provides more ambiance and tranquility than light alongside the art of dance!
The Centennial Youth Ballet is part of the Metro Parks Dance Division whose primary goal is education by offering the highest quality dance training possible in a supportive environment. Centennial Youth Ballet is the Dance Division’s primary performance group. Comprised of intermediate and advanced dancers ages 12-18, giving public performances twice each year. Including the Mini-Nutcracker and the Spring Concert. Centennial Youth Ballet will perform the Mini-Nutcracker Dec. 4-6 at Harpeth Hall School this year.
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville supports many vital arts and educational resources within the community, such as the Metro Parks Dance Division. Many volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year from volunteers sewing costumes for the performances, working in the Ballet Boutique, selling tickets, working backstage during performances, providing concessions during performances, as well as providing hospitality to the faculty and guest artists. If you would like to learn more about volunteering contact email@example.com via email.
In addition, the Centennial Youth Ballet will also be putting on the annual Mini Nutcracker at The Harpeth Hall School’s Davis Auditorium December 4th – 6th, sponsored by Friends of Metro Dance and the Dance Division of the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, this production has become one of Nashville’s most popular holiday traditions for families with young children. Performance Times and Dates: Friday, December 6, at 7:00 pm; Saturday, December 7, at 2:00 & 7:00 pm; Tickets are $9 for adults and $6 for children. The Sunday performance is at 1 p.m. Tickets are $15 and includes a reception.