Pictorial: BANDALOOP Gets Nashville To Look Up During Downtown Performance

For 15 magical minutes today the UBS Tower in downtown Nashville was the site of a remarkable vertical dance by the internationally renowned BANDALOOP. The troupe is in town to perform a new take on Harboring, their evening length work of sweeping drama and athletic grace, in three surprising locations at OZ Arts Nashville this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Set to original music, dancers will perform eight distinct scenes as a “chorus” of local artists guide the audience from one performance site to another. For more information and tickets click here.

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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.

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