Concerts & Tickets
Brahms v. Radiohead: A Symphonic Mash-Up Experience
Sunday, April 2, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Steve Hackman, conductor
Andrew Lipke, vocals
Will Post, vocals
Kéren Tayár, vocals
Thank you to the musicians of the Nashville Symphony for donating their services for this performance.
Experience Radiohead’s landmark OK Computer album as never before: in a symphonic mash-up performed by full orchestra with vocalists. Eight Radiohead songs, including “Paranoid Android,” “Karma Police” and “Subterranean Homesick Alien,” are seamlessly interwoven with one of the most breathtaking symphonies ever written — Brahms’ First. Led by ground-breaking conductor Steve Hackman, the Nashville Symphony explores a captivating world of sound that bridges rock and classical in an entirely new way.
- Starting at 6:30 pm, come early for a pre-concert cocktail hour in our East Lobby Lounge
- After the performance, stay for an interactive Q&A session and acoustic performance with the artists
- Read the program notes