Governing Members Events

Post-Toast Backstage
Friday, November 10 – Immediately following Amos Lee

Come and “sip with the stars”! This champagne toast for Governing Members and Nashville Symphony musicians will take place backstage at the Schermerhorn. Complimentary champagne provided. RSVP here

Insiders’ Access Event: Composer Lab Reading and Q&A
Tuesday, November 14, at 6 pm | Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Join us for a Founders Hall cocktail hour with special guests prior to the public reading of new works by our 2017 Composer Lab and Workshop participants, followed by an onstage Q&A session with the composers moderated by Maestro Guerrero. RSVP here

Pre-Concert Holiday Party – Cirque de la Symphonie
Thursday, November 30, at 6 pm | Friday, December 1, at 7 pm | Saturday, December 2, at 7 pm | Allen Walter Watson, Sr. Founders Hall
Get into the spirit before Cirque de la Symphonie at a special Founders Hall reception featuring holiday cheer with a circus twist! RSVP here

Pre-Concert Reception – The Songs of Elvis Presley
Thursday, January 18, at 6 pm | Friday, January 19, at 7 pm | Saturday, January 20, at 7 pm | Allen Walter Watson, Sr. Founders Hall
Join us for an enhanced Founders Hall experience with Elvis-themed treats (think peanut butter and banana) in honor of the King! RSVP here

Post-toast Backstage
Thursday, February 15 – Immediately following The Music of Journey
Come and “sip with the stars”! This champagne toast for Governing Members and Nashville Symphony musicians will take place backstage at the Schermerhorn. Complimentary champagne provided. RSVP here

Insiders’ Access Event: Playing Second Fiddle
Wednesday, February 21, at 5:30 pm | Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Don’t miss this opportunity to get to know your Second Violin section. Some people may say that playing second violin may not be as glamourous as playing first violin, but you may think differently after this! RSVP here

Post-toast Backstage
Saturday, March 10 – Immediately following Mahler’s Fifth
Come and “sip with the stars”! This champagne toast for Governing Members and Nashville Symphony musicians will take place backstage at the Schermerhorn. Complimentary champagne provided. RSVP here

Insiders’ Access Event: Violins of Hope
Wednesday, April 11, at 5:30 pm | Schermerhorn Symphony Center
The Violins of Hope are a collection of restored instruments played by musicians interned in concentration camps during The Holocaust. The Nashville Symphony is bringing these instruments to Nashville to facilitate a citywide dialogue about music, art, social justice and free expression. Several Nashville Symphony musicians will talk with us about their experience playing these incredible instruments. RSVP here

Classical Series Pre-Concert Dinner at Etch
Saturday, April 14, at 5:30 pm
A social opportunity for Governing Members to gather prior to the Bach, Mozart & Elgar concert. A table for 12 has been reserved at Etch. Must RSVP to Symphony. Appetizers will be provided by the Symphony. Dinner to be paid for by each patron. RSVP here


Pre-Concert Reception – Guerrero Conducts Ravel
Friday, April 27, at 7 pm | Saturday, April 28, at 7 pm | Allen Walter Watson, Sr. Founders Hall
Join us in Founders Hall to celebrate Spring prior to this Spanish and Latin-themed Classical Series concert. Featuring specialty cocktails from local restaurants. RSVP here

Pops Series Pre-Concert Dinner at Bob’s Steak & Chop House
Saturday, May 12, at 5:30 pm
A social opportunity for Governing Members to gather prior to the Brian Wilson concert. A table for 12 has been reserved at Bob’s Steak & Chop House. Must RSVP to Symphony. Appetizers will be provided by the Symphony. Dinner to be paid for by each patron. RSVP here

Musicians Recognition Dinner
Wednesday, May 16, at 4 pm | Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Join us as we celebrate the 2017/18 concert season with the musicians of the Nashville Symphony and pay tribute to orchestra members’ milestones, including first-year members, retirees and major anniversaries! RSVP here


SAVE THE DATE
33rd Annual Symphony Ball
Saturday, December 9

Violins of Hope
Spring 2018
The Violins of Hope are a collection of instruments played by musicians interned in concentration camps during The Holocaust. The Nashville Symphony is bringing these instruments to Nashville to facilitate a citywide dialogue about music, art social justice and free expression. Be on the lookout for more details coming soon!