The Band Perry To Perform At Nashville Ballet's Ballet Ball
March 1, 2011 at 12:49 PM (PT)
REPUBLIC NASHVILLE’s THE BAND PERRY and NASHVILLE songwriter and COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAMER PAT ALGER will perform for the NASHVILLE BALLET’s annual fundraising gala, the BALLET BALL, this SATURDAY (3/5) at the SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER in MUSIC CITY.
THE BAND PERRY will play their hit song, “If I Die Young,” which will be the music for an original dance choreographed by NASHVILLE BALLET Artistic Director and CEO PAUL VASTERLING and performed by the full cast of 20 company dancers.
ALGER will sing his hit single, “Lone Star State Of Mind,” as the ballet company performs another specially choreographed dance by VASTERLING.
Two-time "Dancing with the Stars" champion, MERCURY NASHVILLE artist and star of the upcoming movie remake "Footloose," JULIANNE HOUGH, will serve as master of ceremonies for the event. HOUGH will present NASHVILLE BALLET'S VASTERLING AWARD for Artistic Vision and Excellence in Dance to dance icon TWYLA THARP.
The BALLET BALL raises money for NASHVILLE BALLET's education and community engagement initiatives which reach over 41,000 underserved children, families and seniors at schools, libraries, and community centers throughout MIDDLE TENNESSEE. For more info, visit www.nashvilleballet.com.
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