Presentation

México en el Corazón

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

8/25

Thursday7:01 PM

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This is a Free event, but tickets must be reserved.

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The national tour “México en el Corazón” is an initiative of NAIMA that every year brings directly from Mexico to the Mexican and Mexican-American communities and the American public in
general, a show of great quality to promote artistic expression, such as music and dance, sharing our Mexican culture with audiences across the United States.

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Presentation

Little River Band

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

8/26

Friday8:00 PM

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“The best singing band in the world” returns to the Schermerhorn following their last sold-out performance. Reminisce and enjoy an evening with this iconic group still going strong after four decades. Little River Band’s timeless ’70s and ’80s hits include:

Reminiscing | Help Is on Its Way | Cool Change | Lonesome Loser | Take It Easy on Me | Lady

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Presentation

Terry Fator

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/2

Friday8:00 PM

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Terry Fator’s journey from the plains of Corsicana, Texas to the bright lights of Las Vegas was not without its challenges. He had some help along the way, thanks to the millions of fans who named him winner of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.

After headlining his own record-breaking show at The Mirage Hotel & Casino for 11 years, Terry launched his new show at New York-New York Hotel & Casino in March 2021. Terry Fator: Who’s the Dummy Now? features his cast of characters, including Winston the Impersonating Turtle; Maynard Tompkins, the Elvis Impersonator; Duggie Scott Walker, the annoying neighbor; and many others.

Terry is among the world’s most gifted and accomplished ventriloquists, and is able to perform in more than 200 celebrity voices.


This concert has been rescheduled from its original date. Previous tickets have been updated in your Nashville Symphony Account, no additional action is needed. If you are unable to attend on September 2, please email us.

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Free Fall Concert Downtown Commons Clarksville, TN

Community Event

Nashville Symphony Community Concert

Free Community Event

9/6

Tuesday7:00 PM

 

Tuesday, September 6  |  7:00 PM

The Downtown Commons - Clarksville |  Free Community Event

6:00 PM | Instrument Petting Zoo


Nashville Symphony | Nathan Aspinall, conductor

The Downtown Commons will host the prestigious Nashville Symphony. Enjoy an evening of classical and popular favorites! This FREE community concert is fun for the whole family.

Chairs and blankets are welcome; however, pets, coolers, smoking and/or vaping, or outside alcohol will not be allowed on site. Beer and other beverages will be for sale by Ajax Distributing Company.

 

PROGRAM

Shostakovich – Festive Overture
Dvorák – No. 7, “Allegro vivace,” from Slavonic Dances Nos. 5-8
Saint-SaënsDanse macabre
Coleridge-Taylor – Ballade in A Minor
Sousa – Washington Post March
Copland – “Hoe Down” from Rodeo
RodgersThe Sound of Music selections for orchestra
Williams – Flying Theme from E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Williams – Raiders March from Raiders of the Lost Ark

  

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Special Event

Opening Night: Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/10

Saturday8:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor | Nashville Symphony Chorus | Tucker Biddlecombe, chorus director Malin Christensson, soprano | Kelley O’Connor, mezzo-soprano

OPENING NIGHT 

To begin the Nashville Symphony’s season, Giancarlo Guerrero leads Mahler’s epic and electrifying “Resurrection” Symphony. Channeling the power of a massive orchestra, full chorus, and vocal soloists, and culminating in a transcendent finale that shakes the rafters and soars to the heavens above, a live performance of Mahler 2 is an experience unlike anything else in all of music. 
 

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Classical Series

Trailblazing Women

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/15

Thursday7:00 PM

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9/16

Friday8:00 PM

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9/17

Saturday8:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor | Karen Walwyn, piano | Lorelei Ensemble, vocal ensemble

Program

Joan Tower
1920/2019

Price
Piano Concerto in One Movement

Julia Wolfe
Her Story – Live Recording | World Premiere | Nashville Symphony Co-Commission

Dive into the Nashville Symphony with a dynamic program celebrating great women composers, past and present. Commissioned to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, Pulitzer Prize-winner Julia Wolfe’s Her Story promises to be a spectacular world premiere, featuring the stunning voices of the Lorelei ensemble. Florence Price’s Piano Concerto is a true treasure, fusing virtuoso drama and passion with melodies inspired by traditional spirituals and the “Juba dance,” an exuberant precursor to ragtime. And longtime Nashville Symphony friend and collaborator Joan Tower adds her own powerful artistic voice to this concert saluting 100 years of women challenging the status quo. 

 

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Presentation

Boney James

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/18

Sunday7:30 PM

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“A solid relationship is when someone has your back and will stand by your side no matter what,” explains Boney James about the title of his new CD.

Solid is the four-time GRAMMY nominated, multi-platinum selling saxophonist’s seventeenth album as a leader. It follows up his smash 2017 release "Honestly" (which became his eleventh #1 Billboard Contemporary Jazz Album.) With eleven original songs and featuring R&B star Kenny Lattimore on the single “Be Here”, the record is an upliftng collection. Says James, “This new music is a reaction to how stressful the world feels these days. Music is a respite, it’s always ‘solid’ and it never lets me down.”

Boney is also renowned for his compelling live performances. According to The Boston Globe: “…James swaggers across the stage like a blacktop hero draining treys on an overmatched opponent. He even weaves his way through the crowd, all but daring them not to have a good time.” 

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Classical Series

Holst's The Planets

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/29

Thursday7:00 PM

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9/30

Friday8:00 PM

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10/1

Saturday8:00 PM

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10/2

Sunday2:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor | Augustin Hadelich, violin | Nashville Symphony Women's Chorus  | Tucker Biddlecombe, chorus director 

Program

Kaija Saariaho
Asteroid 4179: Toutatis

Tchaikovsky
Violin Concerto

Holst
The Planets

Its staggering virtuoso demands were deemed “unplayable” when first composedbut Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto has gone on to become one of the most beloved concertos in the repertoire. Prepare to be blown away when phenomenal, GRAMMY®-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich takes the stage with Giancarlo Guerrero and the orchestra, and blast off to the stars with Saariaho’s Asteroid 4179: Toutatis and Holst’s sonic, celestial showpiece, The Planetsone of classical music’s most exciting and beloved works.  

Please note that these concerts do not include any video or visual content. 

 

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Go Now! The Music of the Moody Blues with the Nashville Symphony

Special Event

Go Now! The Music of the Moody Blues

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

10/7

Friday8:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Michael Krajewski, conductor

Go Now! The music of The Moody Blues is the brainchild of drummer Gordy Marshall, who toured with the band for 25 years as a session musician. Together with Mick Wilson (formerly lead singer of 10cc), he has brought together some of the very best singers and instrumentalists to create the ultimate tribute. Hit songs such as “Nights in White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon,” “Go Now” and “Isn’t Life Strange" will be beautifully re-created live with the spectacular sound of your Nashville Symphony.

 

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Ghostbusters in concert with the Nashville Symphony

Movie Series

Ghostbusters in Concert

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

10/14

Friday7:00 PM

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10/15

Saturday7:00 PM

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10/16

Sunday2:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Nathan Aspinall, conductor

Experience director Ivan Reitman’s beloved 1984 film, screened live as your Nashville Symphony performs Elmer Bernstein’s score – and, of course, Ray Parker Jr.’s chart-topping theme song. Bring your proton pack and join the original paranormal investigation and elimination team as they capture their first ghost, Slimer, and encounter their first god of destruction, Gozer the Gozerian!

 

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Vanessa Williams with the Nashville Symphony

Pops Series

Vanessa Williams with the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

10/20

Thursday7:00 PM

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10/21

Friday8:00 PM

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10/22

Saturday8:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor | Vanessa Williams

The iconic singer, and star of film, television and theatre Vanessa Williams makes her Schermerhorn Symphony Center debut! This chart-topping artist will join the orchestra to perform ballads, Broadway and unforgettable hits like “Save the Best for Last, Sweetest Days, Colors of the Wind, “Love Is” and “Dreamin. 

 

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