A Citywide Dialogue About Music, Art, Social Justice and Free Expression
The Violins of Hope are a collection of restored instruments owned by Jews who lived and died during The Holocaust. The Nashville Symphony is bringing these instruments to Nashville, where they will drive the creation of music, art, theater, interfaith dialogue and educational activities throughout Middle Tennessee.
More than 25 local organizations have partnered with the Nashville Symphony on a community-wide series of events around these instruments, highlighted by an exhibition at the Nashville Public Library.
On November 13-15, 2017, the Nashville Symphony will host its second Composer Lab and Workshop, featuring four promising young American-based composers.
Their works will be performed in an open rehearsal at 7 pm on November 14. Members of the public are invited. Click here for more info.
September 13, 2017
Steven Tyler to Receive Nashville Symphony’s 2017 Harmony Award