The Deal: $80 pass redeemable for two tickets to a Classical Series concert, or a wide selection of other performances, this Winter and Spring.

Save Now. Experience Later. At the Nashville Symphony, classical music is the heart of what we do, from the time-honored repertoire of Beethoven and Brahms to blockbusters from Mussorgsky, Shostakovich, and Orff, and to new discoveries from Anna Clyne, Tania Leon, and John Corigliano. Here in Music City, Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero and our extraordinary musicians add to the cultural fabric of our city—presenting live, orchestral music that feeds our collective conscious and nourishes our souls. 

As someone who has experienced a concert at the Schermerhorn, you know it’s a special event. We want you to come back again and again, so we’re kicking off the new year by offering a limited-time opportunity to purchase low-cost tickets to our remaining Classical series concerts plus a wide selection of additional concerts featuring the Nashville Symphony and related presentations, too. 

Introducing the Nashville Symphony Classical Pass: $80 for two tickets to any concert on the select list below. You don’t even need to decide on your concert immediately--With a plethora of options, there’s surely a performance for everyone. Hurry - Classical Passes are only available now through February 16, 2024, while inventory lasts.  


Get Your Classical Pass



Your Classical Pass will be available for online redemption 8 hours after your purchase. After 8 hours, please follow the these instructions: 

Click the redemption link provided in your confirmation email. After logging in, select your performance from the list and then select your seats. Add to cart and then click CHECKOUT. On the "Checkout" page, scroll to the bottom to REDEEM YOUR ON ACCOUNT TICKET CREDIT. You will be asked if you want to apply your credits to the balance of your order. Please select "Apply Balance." When you see the balance change from the amount due, to a $0 balance, select "Checkout Now." Once your order is processed, you will receive an email confirmation of your order. 


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in concert

SILENT FILMS ARE BACK – Accompanied by the breathtaking, seat-shaking sounds of the Schermerhorn’s Martin Foundation Concert Organ performed by Peter Krasinski. This double-feature is anchored by the 1928 classic, The Cameraman. A hopelessly in love, clumsy man takes work as a motion-picture cameraman at MGM Studios in attempt to be close to the woman he desires. Also featuring the 1956 French film, The Red Balloon. Here, a red balloon with a mind of its own follows a little boy around the streets of Paris. Audiences will marvel at the legendary organist Peter Krasinski, who accompanies silent films like none other with his imaginative spirit and technical prowess. 

Program: William Tell Overture | The Red Balloon | The Cameraman  

Presented without the Nashville Symphony. 


Please note that this event has a nine-ticket limit per household. For groups of ten or more, please submit our group inquiry form and we’ll contact you for assistance.



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Questions? Email: [email protected] 
Call for Tickets: 615.687.6400  


Classical Pass Terms and Conditions: Limit one pass, valid for two tickets per transaction.  The offer cannot be combined with other discounts. Classical Pass holders will be notified within 24 hours of purchase when the pass can be redeemed for tickets online. For immediate redemption, call our Ticketing and Customer Team at 615.687.6400. Offer must be redeemed no later than July 31, 2024. All Classical Passes not redeemed by July 31, 2024 will be converted into a donation to the Nashville Symphony. Concerts available for Classical Pass redemption are subject to change based on availability.