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Summer Chamber Music Series

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

6/19

Saturday7:00 PM

6/25

Friday7:00 PM

6/26

Saturday7:00 PM

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We’re thrilled to announce our first live concerts in more than a year. It’s the Summer Chamber Music Series, featuring members of your Nashville Symphony and students from our Accelerando education program.


June 19 Program

Fauré: Fantaisie for Flute and Piano, Opus 79
PERFORMERS: Leslie Fagan, flute | Robert Marler, piano

Dvořák: String Quintet in G Major, Opus 77
PERFORMERS: Louise Morrison, violin | Anna Lisa Hoepfinger, violin | Clare Yang, viola | Stephen Drake, cello | Joel Reist, bass


June 25 & 26 Program

Kodaly: Serenade for Two Violins and Viola, Opus 12 (mvt. 1 and 3)
Dvořák: Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola, Opus 74 (complete)

PERFORMERS: Jessica Blackwell, violin | Johna Smith, violin | Tony Parce, viola


These programs will run approximately one hour.

Additional details for upcoming performances will be posted soon.

Due to safety protocols, on-site registration is not available. Registration is free, and donations are very much appreciated. We hope you will join us.

Please email us with further questions, or call our Ticketing & Customer Team at 615.687.6400 to reserve your seats via phone. 


Important Notes — Please Read

Safety: All patrons will be asked to adhere to these protocols: Symptom screening upon arrival. Masks must be worn at all times while indoors. Social distancing in all interior spaces, including lobbies and concert hall. Concessions will not be served. Read our full safety plan. We will continue to reassess safety protocols with guidance from our health and safety partner, HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health. 

Parking: For these concerts, we are unable to offer valet, and Pinnacle Parking Vouchers will not be honored or valid. We will offer these options beginning in September. Click here for downtown parking recommendations.

Mobile Tickets: You will be able to access your mobile tickets 24 hours prior to the performance. Upon entrance, we will scan your ticket directly from your mobile phone. Click here to access your tickets.

Entry: Enter through West and East Atriums. Please utilize the check-in table outside these entrances for symptom screening before proceeding to doors for entry. 

Run Time: Concerts will last one hour without an intermission.


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Virtual Events

Music + Chat: Virtual Lunches

Development Events

6/24

Thursday11:00 AM

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Virtual Lunches with Nashville Symphony Musicians

Introducing conversations with musicians from your Nashville Symphony sharing stories about their lives, both on and off the stage. Choose one of several dates to join your fellow donors for this intimate lunch-hour event on Zoom. Each Music + Chat event will begin with a short piece of prerecorded music selected by one of our participating musicians and then move into lively discussion. Spaces are limited to encourage an interactive conversation – register early!

Musicians will not be performing during this event.

Current lineup of speakers:

June 3: Daniel Reinker (Principal viola) and Bob Marler (Principal keyboard)

June 7: Daniel Lochrie (clarinet), Clare Yang (viola) and Bradley Mansell (cello)

June 24: Daniel Reinker (Principal viola), Pat Kunkee (Co-principal trumpet) and Kirsten Mitchell (violin)


Thank you for your support of the Nashville Symphony! We appreciate your patience and loyalty as we have navigated challenges over the past few months. Our musicians are excited to be back and look forward to re-engaging with our very important supporters!

This concert is currently available to Encore Circle donor-level members and above. If you are a donor or would like to become one, please contact us at 615.687.6494 or giving@nashvillesymphony.org and join us today!

Click here to learn more about all donor levels and benefits.

Please be sure to check back often as virtual events for donors, sustainers, and the general public will be added to the calendar daily.

 

 

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Community Event

Music City July 4th

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

7/4

Sunday9:30 PM


SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021

09:30 PM | Free Event | More Info

Celebrate Independence Day 2021 with headliner Brad Paisley during the FREE Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th event in Downtown Nashville. This 4th of July will feature the largest fireworks show in Nashville history with the pyrotechnics synchronized to a live performance by the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony.

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Other

Stellar Gospel Music Awards

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

7/10

Saturday5:00 PM

Pre-Sale

Pre-sale for SAGMA members begins June 18 at 10:00 AM

On Sale to the public June 21 at 10:00 AM


The annual Stellar Awards represents the most coveted prize in Gospel Music, and the 36th anniversary is set for Saturday, July 10. The “Greatest Night in Gospel Music” returns to its roots in Nashville, Tenn., at the elegant Schermerhorn Symphony Center, with live performances by Jonathan McReynolds, JJ Hairston, Pastor Mike, Jr., Maverick City Music, the Clark Sisters, our hosts Jekalyn Carr and Tye Tribbett, and more! Get ready for a moving tribute to Gospel music icon Tramaine Hawkins! You don’t want to miss an opportunity to celebrate Gospel’s best.

Visit www.stellarawards.com for further information. Be a part of this great evening out, and tell your friends to join you for the excitement.

 

COVID-19 WARNING: By purchasing a ticket for the 36th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, you assume all risks related to Covid -19 and agree to the following terms:  An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people gather. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. You assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting a communicable disease or illness—including, without limitation, exposure to COVID-19 or any other bacteria, virus, or other pathogen capable of causing a communicable disease or illness, whether that exposure occurs before, during, or after the event, and regardless of how caused or contracted—and you hereby waive any and all claims and potential claims against Schermerhorn Symphony Center, The Stellar Awards, and Central City Productions and against any companies affiliated with Schermerhorn Symphony Center, The Stellar Awards, and Central City Productions relating to such risks, hazards, and dangers.

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Ascend Amphitheater

Not Our First Goat Rodeo: Yo-Yo Ma – Stuart Duncan Edgar Meyer – Chris Thile

Ascend Amphitheater

8/11

Wednesday7:30 PM

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Yo-Yo Ma – Stuart Duncan
Edgar Meyer – Chris Thile
With guest Aoife O’Donovan

An astounding group of virtuosos – Yo-Yo Ma on cello, Stuart Duncan on fiddle, Edgar Meyer on bass and Chris Thile on mandolin — reunite live for the first time in nearly a decade. Joined by featured vocalist Aoife O’Donovan, the lively talents of these exceptional artists come together onstage to create a singular sound that’s part composed, part improvised, and uniquely American — music so complex to pull off that the group likens it to a goat rodeo, airplane pilots nickname for a situation in which many different things need to go right to avoid disaster. In the words of the Los Angeles Times, this concert presents “unlikely musicians on unlikely instruments in concerts...that [are] part blues, part bluegrass and a smidgen of Bach.”

2011’s GRAMMY®-winning Goat Rodeo Sessions was the first step in this path-breaking collaboration, producing music that NPR’s World Cafe called “organic yet composed in a way that only four deeply talented, in-tune musicians could make it,” hinting at Appalachia, Chinese classical, Celtic and jazz influences.” Now the group reunites to perform a collection of all-new music, accompanied by a new album on Sony Masterworks. These five musicians’ diverse traditions and experiences intersect to create a compelling sound that is at once global and American, a shared voice that speaks powerfully to the American experience.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony


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Classical Series

Opening Weekend: Fanfare for Music City

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/16

Thursday7:00 PM

Pre-Sale

9/17

Friday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

9/18

Saturday2:00 PM

Pre-Sale

9/18

Saturday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

This concert is currently available to 2021/22 season ticket holders.
Tickets go on sale to the general public July 30, 2021, at 10 am.
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PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

PROGRAM
Copland – Fanfare for the Common Man
Joan Tower – Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman
Dvořák – Serenade in D Minor for Winds
Jessie Montgomery – Strum
Schubert – Symphony in B Minor, “Unfinished”

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Special Event

Latin Fire with the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

9/30

Thursday7:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/1

Friday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/3

Sunday2:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/3

Sunday7:30 PM

Pre-Sale

This concert is currently available to 2021/22 season ticket holders.
Tickets go on sale to the general public July 30, 2021, at 10 am.
Click here to become a season ticket holder and access tickets now.


PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor José Sibaja, trumpet | Mónica Abrego, soprano

PROGRAM
Tico-Tico no Fubá
La Llorona (featured in Disney/Pixar’s Coco)
Libertango
Bésame Mucho
Granada
Carmen Suite
Brasil
And much more!

A passionate and energetic celebration of Latin American orchestral music, Latin Fire features virtuosic fireworks from acclaimed trumpeter José Sibaja and soprano Mónica Abrego with your Nashville Symphony. Curated and conducted by Enrico Lopez-Yañez, enjoy a sizzling program including Tico-Tico no Fubá, Bésame Mucho, Granada, Carmen Suite, Libertango, and Brasil.

Note: Due to limited capacity, tickets to this event are being sold as General Admission by section. You will receive your assigned seat 48 hours prior to the performance, and you will be seated in the best available seats in your chosen section.

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Classical Series

Beethoven's First

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

10/21

Thursday7:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/22

Friday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/23

Saturday2:00 PM

Pre-Sale

10/23

Saturday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

This concert is currently available to 2021/22 season ticket holders.
Tickets go on sale to the general public July 30, 2021, at 10 am.
Click here to become a season ticket holder and access tickets now.


PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor Andrew Risinger, organ

PROGRAM
Stravinsky – Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1947)
Poulenc – Organ Concerto in G Minor
Beethoven – Symphony No. 1 in C Major

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Classical Series

Next Generation of Classical Musicians

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

11/4

Thursday7:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/5

Friday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/6

Saturday2:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/6

Saturday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

This concert is currently available to 2021/22 season ticket holders.
Tickets go on sale to the general public July 30, 2021, at 10 am.
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PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor Aalia Hanif, flute | Bernard Ekwuazi, trombone

PROGRAM
Borne (Arr. Najfar) – Fantaisie Brilliante
Larsson – Concertino for Trombone and String Orchestra
R. Strauss | Arr. Ochoa – Ariadne auf Naxos Symphony-Suite

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Presentation

1964 The Tribute

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

11/7

Sunday7:30 PM

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Relive your favorite Beatles hits, including “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Eight Days a Week,” “I Feel Fine” and more, as this one-of-a-kind concert experience re-creates an early-’60s performance by the Fab Four, complete with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles and onstage banter.

“Best Beatles Tribute on Earth” –Rolling Stone

Presented without orchestra

Note: Due to limited capacity, tickets to this event are being sold as General Admission by section. You will receive your assigned seat 48 hours prior to the performance, and you will be seated in the best available seats in your chosen section.

1964 The Tribute is not endorsed by or affiliated with Apple Corps, LTD.


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Classical Series

Strings on Parade with Jun Iwasaki

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

11/18

Thursday7:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/19

Friday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/20

Saturday2:00 PM

Pre-Sale

11/20

Saturday8:00 PM

Pre-Sale

This concert is currently available to 2021/22 season ticket holders.
Tickets go on sale to the general public July 30, 2021, at 10 am.
Click here to become a season ticket holder and access tickets now.


PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Jun Iwasaki, leader and violin

PROGRAM
Philip Herbert – Elegy: In Memoriam – Stephen Lawrence
Piazzolla – Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Dvořák – Serenade in E Major for Strings

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