Check out the Nashville Symphony's neighborhood residency in Edgehill, featuring FREE ensemble performances, educational programs and unique collaborations! Tickets are not required for public events, and entry is granted on a first come, first served basis. Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Open to the Public
2:00 - 3:00 PM | Edgehill Public Library
Explore some of Aesop's Fables and other stories through music, movement, and fun! Great for Preschool and Kindergarten. Features resources and visuals to promote accessibility and neurodiversity.
Chamber Ensemble - The Jonah People: A Legacy of Struggle and Triumph
7:00 - 8:30 PM | Scarritt Bennett Center
Drawing inspiration from the Nashville Symphony’s forthcoming commission, The Jonah People: A Legacy of Struggle and Triumph by Hannibal Lokumbe (né Marvin Peterson), this chamber ensemble will present a program of works by African American composers. This performance will highlight the music of Jessie Montgomery, Florence Price, and Daniel Bernard Roumain.
Daniel Bernard Roumain
String Quartet 5 “Rosa Parks”
Ellington Fantasy “Take the A Train”
What else is happening in Edgehill?
Dress Rehearsal & Conductor Q&A
Montgomery Bell Academy
Carter Lawrence Elementary
Learn all about the brass family with musicians of the Nashville Symphony! Featuring recognizable favorites like the William Tell Overture, Liberty March, and music by John Williams.
Salama Urban Ministries
Take a journey through classical music with string musicians of the Nashville Symphony, featuring music from Mozart, Florence Price, Phillip Glass, and more!