The Nashville Symphony is excited to announce the second iteration of Music in My Neighborhood, a weeklong cultural exchange in the form of a musical takeover of a neighborhood in Nashville. This year, Music in My Neighborhood takes place February 12 through 17 in North Nashville and Bordeaux, where the Symphony will partner with local organizations to highlight North Nashville and Bordeaux’s history, culture, and residents through a series of free ensemble performances, educational programs, and unique collaborations.
There are eight public events planned, including sending ensembles to perform and lead sectional rehearsals in schools; after-school clinics in community centers and at nonprofit organizations; chamber music performances with Nashville Symphony musicians; and a full Orchestra concert taking place on Thursday, February 15 at 7:30 PM at IT Creswell Middle School featuring Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor and the traditional spiritual Go Down Moses. All events are FREE, with entry granted on a first come, first served basis.
The Symphony strives to serve the city of Nashville by working with the community to make music for the community.