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John Williams – Three Pieces from Schindler’s List
Schumann – Piano Concerto
Jonathan Leshnoff – Symphony No. 4 “Heichalos”
Nashville Symphony Commission | World Premiere | Live Recording
Barber – Adagio for Strings
Nashville Symphony | Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor | Jonathan Biss, piano | Jun Iwasaki, violin
Be there as your Nashville Symphony presents this very special performance featuring the Violins of Hope, a collection of instruments played by Jews during the Holocaust.
Come early for Classical Conversations led by Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero, taking place one hour before the concert in the Balcony Lobby.
Following the concert, Maestro Guerrero will lead an informal Q&A with Violins of Hope luthiers Amnon and Avshi Weinstein.
Meet the Violins & the Violin Maker
5:30-6:45 pm Thursday, March 22, in the East Lobby
View the Violins of Hope up close and in person, and meet Avshi Weinstein, one of the luthiers responsible for restoring these remarkable instruments. You'll be able to ask questions and learn more about the stories behind the violins. Thursday & Friday only.
Happy Hour at the Horn – Friday only, March 23
Share Your Story with Versify
The Violins of Hope will be on display at the Main Public Library March 26-May 27. Click here to view a calendar of other Violins of Hope events in the community and find out how you can get involved.
Classical Series Presenting Partner
Jonathan Leshnoff's Symphony No. 4 is funded in part through a Creation Project Grant from the Metro Nashville Arts Commission and an NEA Art Works grant.