2022 Symphony Ball

Saturday, December 10, 2022


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38th Annual
Symphony Ball

Shaun Inman and Sheila Shields, chairs
Martha Ingram, honorary chair

Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor
A fundraising event for the Nashville Symphony

Cocktails at 6:00 pm 
Dinner at 7:30 pm
Dancing until 12:30 am
Schermerhorn Symphony Center

White Tie Event

To purchase tickets please call 615.678.9029

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Our GRAMMY® Award-winning Nashville Symphony is a community treasure, enriching the lives of thousands through magical performances, student programs, and life-changing education initiatives. The Symphony Ball fundraiser is an important annual event that raises significant funds, helping to strengthen the Nashville Symphony’s enduring commitment to our middle Tennessee community.


Harmony Award

We are excited to announce that multi-platinum band Lady A will be honored with this year’s Harmony Award. The winner of seven GRAMMY® Awards, eight ACM Awards, six CMA Awards, five CMT Awards, and countless other recognitions, Lady A has already had a legendary musical career. At this year’s Symphony Ball, we are honored to recognize Lady A’s equally impressive philanthropic endeavors.


Lady A

Built around rich vocal harmony, vivid emotional writing and a smooth fusion of country, rock and pop, Lady A have long been a model of mainstream success. The trios 11 No. Ones, 18 million albums sold, 34 million tracks, five billion digital streams and a global touring footprint prove that point. Known for their 9X Platinum hit “Need You Now,” which is the highest certified song by a Country group, they have earned CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” trophies three years in a row and countless other honors including five GRAMMY Awards, Billboard Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and a Tony Award nomination. In 2012, the band created LadyAID, a philanthropic effort to bring awareness to numerous initiatives around the world ranging from helping vulnerable children, societal and cultural issues, as well as natural disaster aid and recovery, most recently announcing the LadyAID Scholarship Fund, supporting students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. LadyAID has now given out more than $1.6M in grants to date. For more information visit www.ladyamusic.com.

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