Jazz Series

The Duke Ellington Orchestra

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/1

Friday7:30 PM

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This season the Duke Ellington Orchestra celebrates its 100th anniversary. First formed as the Washingtonians, the band later moved to New York and took up residence at the famed Cotton Club and the rest, from “Satin Doll” to “It Don't Mean a Thing,” is history.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony.

 

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Voices of Spring: An Afternoon at the Opera

Community Event

Voices of Spring: An Afternoon at the Opera

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/3

Sunday4:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony & Chorus | Tucker Biddlecombe, conductor | Anne-Carine Exumé, mezzo-soprano Bethany Cardenas, sopranoJulia Damore, soprano | Emily Harrison, soprano Emily Packard, soprano Anna Kristine Smith, soprano Leigh Sutherland, soprano Christina Calamaio, alto Kelsey Christian, alto Elijah Culley, tenor Carl Hellmers, tenor Phillip Zuehlke, tenor Ryan Bebe, baritone Dustin Derryberry, baritone Andrew Hard, baritone Chris Riggins, baritone Daniel C. Silva, baritone Chris Mitchell, bass

Spend a splendid Sunday afternoon at the Schermerhorn as the Nashville Symphony & Chorus present Voices of Spring, our annual choral extravaganza. Chorus Director Tucker Biddlecombe brings us  an afternoon of opera's greatest hits—your favorite overtures, grand choruses, and arias from Handel's Semele, Mozart's The Magic Flute, Bizet's Carmen, and more, culminating in "Make Your Garden Grow" from Bernstein's Candide!  Our amazing Nashville Symphony Chorus—all of whom are volunteers—is dedicated to enriching the Middle Tennessee community through high-quality performances of works from a vast and ever-growing body of choral literature. This free community concert is a Choose What You Pay event. 

Program

Mozart:Overture to Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492 (The Marriage of Figaro)
Handel: Happy, Happy! Shall We Be from Semele
Mozart: "O Isis und Osiris" (Chorus of the Priests) from The Magic Flute
Mozart: "Placido e il mar" from Idomeneo
Mozart: "Non più andrai" from The Marriage of Figaro
Bizet: "A deux cuartos!" from Carmen
Bizet: "Habanera" from Carmen
Bizet: "Votre toast" from Carmen
Mussorgsky: Coronation Scene from Boris Godunov

Wagner: Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin
Floyd: "Come Sinner" from Susannah (Revival Scene)
Verdi: "Va Pensiero" from Nabucco
Verdi: "Libbiamo, ne' lieti" from La Traviata
Verdi: Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore
Sullivan: "I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General" from Pirates of Penzance
Bernstein: "Make our Garden Grow" from Candide


 

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Classical Series

West Side Story and Harlem

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/7

Thursday7:30 PM

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3/8

Friday7:30 PM

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3/9

Saturday7:30 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Wayne Marshall, conductor, piano and organ

Program

Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington: Harlem
Francis Poulenc: Concerto for Organ, Strings, and Timpani
Leonard Bernstein: Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
George Gershwin: Second Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra


Each season, we showcase the Schermerhorn’s world-renowned pipe organ in a symphonic concert. Enter the versatile Wayne Marshall, leading from the console as soloist in the Poulenc Organ Concerto and from the piano for Gershwin’s Second Rhapsody. On the podium, he conducts Harlem and the Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, by American icons whose mixing of jazz and classical idioms captured the spirit of 1950s and 1960s New York City.

 

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Air Supply: The Lost in Love Experience

Presentation

Air Supply

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/10

Sunday7:30 PM

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Get ready to be “Lost in Love” as Air Supply returns to the Schermerhorn for one-night-only performing your favorite hits including “All Out of Love,”  "The One That You Love," “Sweet Dreams,” and “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All.” Don’t miss Russell Hitchcock's trademark soaring tenor voice and Graham Russell's simple yet majestic songs Sunday, March 10. 

 

Presented without the Nashville Symphony.

 

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Special Event

The Irish Tenors with the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/14

Thursday7:30 PM

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Nashville Symphony | David Wroe, conductorThe Irish Tenors 

Anthony Kearns, Ronan Tynan and Declan Kelly are synonymous with Irish music. The Irish Tenors have performed all over the world, and have blazed the trail from coast to coast in America, stopping in nearly every city; thrilling audiences at every single stop with their enchanting Irish repertoire and sweeping secular selections. Join these kings of Celtic music as they perform at the Schermerhorn with the Nashville Symphony. Just of few of many Tenors’ beloved hits include “Danny Boy,” “Whiskey in the Jar,” “Fields of Athenry,” “My Heart Will Go On,” “Fairytale of New York,” and “South of The Border.” 

 

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Encanto In Concert

Movie Series

Encanto In Concert

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/16

Saturday2:00 PM

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3/16

Saturday7:30 PM

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3/17

Sunday2:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Anthony Parnther, conductor

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Encanto tells the tale of the Madrigals, an extraordinary family living in a magical house in the mountains of Colombia.

This film is rated PG.

 

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Music by women in the early 1900's Flute and String Quartet

Chamber Music Series

Music by Women in the Early 1900's: Flute and String Quartet

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/19

Tuesday7:30 PM

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Johna Bradley Smith, Violin  |  Daniel Reinker, Viola  |  Leslie Fagan, Flute  |  Sari Reist, Cello | Anna Lisa Hoepfinger, Violin

 

PROGRAM

Tailleferre: Quatuor pour deux Violons, Alto et Violoncelle

Mrs. H.H.A Beach: Theme and Variations for Flute and String Quartet by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (1916)

 

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Artist Spotlight

Paul Jacobs: The Great Organ Works of Bach and Liszt

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/20

Wednesday7:30 PM

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Hailed by The New York Times as “a virtuoso of dazzling technical acumen,” GRAMMY® Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs returns to the Schermerhorn to put the mighty Martin Foundation Concert Organ through its paces. As a frequent and favorite guest soloist with the Nashville Symphony, Jacobs returns for a powerhouse program of J.S. Bach and Liszt. 

 

PROGRAM

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Prelude and Fugue in D Major, BWV 532

Trio Sonata in E Minor, BWV 528    
  I. Adagio-Vivace

  II. Andante
  III. Un Poco Allegro

Arioso from Cantata, BWV 156      

Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, BWV 543     

 

Franz Liszt:
Fantasia and Fugue on 'Ad Nos, Ad Salutarem Undam' 

 

 

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Pops Series

Music of Elvis with Frankie Moreno and the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/21

Thursday7:30 PM

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3/22

Friday7:30 PM

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3/23

Saturday7:30 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor | Frankie Moreno

If you’ve visited Las Vegas, chances are you’ve seen entertainer extraordinaire Frankie Moreno’s face on a billboard. Growing up in Santa Cruz, Moreno moved to Nashville to polish his craft and then on to Vegas and top selling albums and hit singles — and was voted Las Vegas’ Headliner of the Year five times running. Who better to perform Elvis’ music and pay tribute the great one than the incredible Frankie Moreno?

 

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Family Series

Sleepover at the Museum

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/24

Sunday3:00 PM

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Nashville Symphony | Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor Eddie Charlton, narrator

Imagine spending your birthday at the museum! Join Mason and his friends for a musical and scientific scavenger hunt through the many exhibits that make any museum special in this Nashville Symphony concert with music and story by Karen LeFrak based on her book of the same name.

 

PROGRAM

John Williams - Superman March 
Gioachino Rossini - William Tell Overture
Karen LeFrak - Sleepover at the Museum 

 

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We Are Nashville

Community Event

We Are Nashville

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
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3/26

Tuesday7:00 PM

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