Your Weekly Guide to the Arts

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Piano, dance or sculpture, what will you choose? Enjoy a collection of live performances and new gallery exhibitions to wrap up February and transport you to spring. For more information, check out the ArtsMemphis Events Calendar.

Jazz in the box: Ben Paterson

Listen to Ben Paterson, one of the world’s most exciting young jazz pianists. It will bring you ballads, upbeat jazz and even moving tunes with a technique that appeals to jazz aficionados and newcomers alike.

  • Germantown Performing Arts Center
  • February 25

The Complete History of America (abridged)

Ready for 600 years of history in 6000 seconds? You won’t see the story the same way once you leave this show. From Washington to Watergate, from the Bering Strait to Baghdad, from the New World to the New World Order, enjoy an unforgettable roller coaster ride through time.

  • Germantown Community Theater
  • Until February 27

Waves of Change Exhibition

The fused glass works of Christie Stratton Moody, St. Mary’s Episcopal School Class of 1971, will be on display until April 2. Discover the art that captures the “change of the waves” and gives you a glimpse of how the artist rides the wave of life.

  • Buckman Arts Center
  • February 25

Chloé Arnold Syncope Ladies Community Class

Explore your rhythm, your power and your inspiration in this high energy workshop. Follow the actors who teach you the moves and invigorate your dance experience. The course is free and open to all ages and abilities.

  • Orpheum Theater Group
  • February 26

Ballet Memphis Winter Mix

Ballet Memphis returns to The Playhouse with their new Winter Mix. The show includes recent works by Trey McIntyre, to music by Patsy Cline, Brandon Ramey’s latest piece on humanity in an automated world, and George Balanchine’s classic, Concerto Barocco.

  • Memphis Ballet
  • February 26
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