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Aegis Sciences Classical Series
Aegis Sciences Classical Series

Guerrero Conducts Beethoven

Michael Daugherty World Premiere

Friday, April 17, 2015, 8:00 p.m.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Saturday, April 18, 2015, 8:00 p.m.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Nashville Symphony

Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
Zuill Bailey, cello

Michael Daugherty - American Gothic
Beethoven - Symphony No. 1
Michael Daugherty - Tales of Hemingway for cello and orchestra*
Stravinsky - Symphony in Three Movements

*Nashville Symphony Commission & World Premiere

Experience three centuries’ worth of amazing music when Giancarlo Guerrero and your Nashville Symphony perform timeless classics and unveil an exciting new world premiere. Sparkling with imagination and bursts of energy, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 is the work that launched one of the most brilliant careers in all of music. Stravinsky’s dynamic Symphony in Three Movements captures a pivotal moment in 20th century history, as the world emerged from World War II. And the Nashville Symphony teams once again with composer Michael Daugherty — whose past work earned GRAMMY® trophies for the orchestra — as he pays tribute to two American icons: writer Ernest Hemingway and painter Grant Wood.

Click here to learn some fun facts about this concert

Presented by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra League, our free Classical Conversations take place one hour before all Classical Series concerts in the Balcony Lobby. Led by our conductors, guest artists and musicians, these informative talks are a great way to learn the story behind the music you’ll hear onstage.

This weekend’s concerts are dedicated to the memory of Billy Ray Hearn.

Join us on Friday, April 17, for Happy Hour at the ’Horn, a uniquely Nashville Symphony experience with:

  • Live music from local favorites
  • Craft beer from Yazoo Brewing Company
  • Specialty cocktails featuring Belle Meade Bourbon and Corsair Gin
  • Local food from Actual Food Nashville - It's taco weekend! Click for drink menu.
  • Art from Zeitgeist Gallery
6-7:40 pm in the East Lobby, before the concert.
You must have a concert ticket to attend Happy Hour.
Cash bar and food available for purchase.
  • Two Seats on the Main Floor
  • Two Glasses of Wine
  • Two Truffles from Nashville Chocolate & Nut Company
$98 or $144 per orchestra level package; $300 per box level package. Price includes all fees.
To order, use promo code LOVE online, or contact the Date Night Package Hotline: 615.687.6400.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Weekend Concert Sponsor

A grant from the Metro Nashville Arts Commission supports the world-premiere performances of Michael Daugherty’s Cello Concerto.

Grants from the Flora Family Foundation and The Aaron Copland Fund for Music support the Nashville Symphony’s efforts to preserve, promote and expand American orchestral music.