COOKEVILLE – First Nations will present Circle of Music in Tennessee Tech’s Wattenbarger Auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.
Music and dance act as an unifying force between audience and the First Nation members represented during this event.
Honor Native American Heritage Month by attending a performance by a variety of indigenous dancers and musicians, representing the traditions of several tribal nations and regions of the country.
A rare educational performance with a troupe of Cherokee stomp dancers, Aztec dancers, dances including grass, fancy and chicken dances, and more to honor those of indigenous descent.
This event is free and open to the public.
Center Stage events are paid by student fees and open to the public with priority seating given to students. Many guests provide additional educational opportunities for students through workshops or master classes during their residencies. Email or call Liz Kassera, Center Stage Coordinator, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (931) 372-3637.
Wattenbarger Auditorium is located in the Bryan Fine Arts Building, 1150 N. Dixie Ave., Cookeville.