Nashville Symphony Chorus
For more than half a century, the Nashville Symphony Chorus regularly has presented significant works from the classical choral repertoire, from Baroque to contemporary. Now numbering more than 200 members, the Chorus performs at least twice each season as part of the Nashville Symphony's Aegis Sciences Classical Series, in addition to Handel's Messiah each December. Every year the Chorus also takes the spotlight at Voices of Spring, a special concert of choral works.
To learn more about the Chorus' mission and history, click here.
To view the 2016/17 Nashville Symphony Chorus roster, click here.
To find out more about chorus auditions, click here.
Home Alone, December 4
Handel's Messiah, December 15-18
The Planets – An HD Odyssey, January 12-15 (featuring the women of the Nashville Symphony Chorus)
An American Requiem, May 12 & 13
Since 2000, the Chorus has been featured on seven recordings:
- Celebration in Song (Heartdance Music, 2000)
- Beethoven: Missa Solemnis (NAXOS, 2003)
- Gershwin: Porgy and Bess (Decca, 2006)
- Corigliano: A Dylan Thomas Trilogy (NAXOS, 2008)
- Menotti: Amahl & the Night Visitors (NAXOS, 2008)
- Abraham Lincoln Portraits (NAXOS, 2009)
- Ravel: L'Enfant et les sortilèges/Shèhèrazade - 2009 GRAMMY® Award nominee - "Best Classical Album" (NAXOS, 2009)
For more information, visit the Nashville Symphony's Recordings page.