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Music City Center Features Nashville Arts in Opening Celebration

The Music City Center may be brand new, but it already knows how to host a celebration. The grand opening festivities kicked off Sunday as Mayor Karl Dean led thousands of his fellow Nashvillians through a tour of the facility. ArtsNash was there to see the role our city’s visual and performing arts would play – and there was plenty, including a new home for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame! Take a look through Rick Malkin’s lens at our city’s new calling card:

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About Rick Malkin

Rick Malkin is a professional photographer and drummer who loves the arts and regularly performs with other musicians at Boiler Room Theatre and elsewhere while shooting publicity stills for many performing arts productions. He owns and operates Rick Malkin Photography.

Comments

  1. Gary L. says:

    Well done, it sure is “IMPRESSIVE”— gotta catch the first airplane to Nashville !!!

  2. molly astor says:

    Fantastic….such great talent in both fields…MSA