The stellar three-concert Jazz package includes Pat Metheny, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and Prohibition with the Nashville Symphony. Order now and gain ticket discounts and flexible 72-hour exchange privileges, plus presale access to all concerts now. Act quickly for best seating. Otherwise, tickets go on sale to the public on July 30, 2021. Questions? We're here to help: tickets@nashvillesymphony.org.


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2021/22 Jazz Series Concerts

Jazz Series

PAT METHENY SIDE-EYE w/ James Francies & Joe Dyson

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

2/7

Monday7:30 PM

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Pat Metheny emerged from Kansas City’s jazz scene as a youngster with the prodigious talent to become one of the world’s finest jazz guitarists during a career of more than four decades. Now this innovator and pioneer – and the only artist ever to win a GRAMMY® in 10 different categories – makes his first-ever Schermerhorn appearance. Accompanied by keyboardist James Francies and drummer Joe Dyson, Metheny will showcase his new “Side-Eye” performance set-up and unparalleled style blending elements of progressive, contemporary and Latin jazz.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony

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Jazz Series

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

3/22

Tuesday7:30 PM

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Featuring:

Wynton Marsalis, Music Director, Trumpet
Ryan Kisor,
Trumpet
Kenny Rampton, Trumpet
Marcus Printup, Trumpet
Chris Crenshaw, Trombone
Vincent Gardner, Trombone
Elliot Mason,
Trombone
Walter Blanding, Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Clarinet  
Sherman Irby,
Alto and Soprano Saxophones, Flute, Clarinet
Ted Nash,
Alto and Soprano Saxophones, Flute, Clarinet
Victor Goines,
Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Paul Nedzela,
Baritone and Soprano Saxophones, Bass Clarinet
Dan Nimmer, Piano
Carlos Henriquez, Bass

Led by Wynton Marsalis, this dynamic ensemble featuring 15 of jazz music’s finest players pays tribute to the architect of bebop, whose innovations transformed the sound of modern jazz.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony 

 

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Prohibition 614

Jazz Series

Prohibition with the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

5/25

Wednesday7:30 PM

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PERFORMERS: Nashville Symphony | Enrico Lopez-Yañez, conductor | additional performers to be announced

Celebrate the Roaring ’20s with your Nashville Symphony in this musical journey through the cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris and beyond. Featuring guest singers, dancers and musicians, this evening of classic jazz revisits some of the greatest artists of the 1920s, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker, from Kurt Weill to King Oliver, accompanied by vintage photos and video.

Enjoy hits like:

La Vie en Rose
St. Louis Blues
Mack the Knife
Puttin’ on the Ritz
Sweet Georgia Brown
Dream a Little Dream of Me
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime
On the Sunny Side of the Street

 

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ATTENTION CURRENT SEASON TICKET HOLDERS: Please renew any season ticket packages with any balance due amount online at NashvilleSymphony.org/Renew or by calling 615.687.6400 by June 18, 2021, to keep your same seats. If you would like to request a seat upgrade, you will be able to do so online or over the phone during the renewal process. IMPORTANT: If your season ticket package(s) are fully paid for, no further action is required. However, if you'd like to request a seat upgrade, please email tickets@nashvillesymphony.org with your request. Please Note: Seating locations within season ticket packages are subject to change due to social distancing and varying production needs.