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 Brahms, Bach and Montgomery

September 30 & October 1

Ruth Reinhardt’s Nashville debut features two piano concertos composed centuries apart. At one end of the spectrum is Bach’s 1730s Keyboard Concerto in A Major, at the other is Rounds by Jesse Montgomery. Written in 2022 in close collaboration with Awadagin Pratt, The Boston Globe praised Rounds for its “narrative flair and structural clarity.” Bookending the concert are Bacewicz’s contemplative Partita for Orchestra and one of the most beloved works in the repertoire, Brahms’ First Symphony.

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 Triathlon + Fountains and Pines of Rome

October 27 & 28

Reprising a triumphant 2022 San Francisco Symphony premiere, Giancarlo Guererro and Timothy McAllister bring us John Corigliano’s aptly named Triathlon — an athletic feat, with McAllister switching among three saxophones. The San Francisco Chronicle raved “it grabbed a listener’s attention…and lingered long in the memory...” Respighi’s Fountains of Rome and Pines of Rome — sweeping pictorials of his native Italy — round out this program that opens with a favorite Mozart overture.

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 Kenny Barron Trio

October 29

Kenny Barron has been hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “one of the top jazz pianists in the world” and Jazz Weekly as “The most lyrical piano player of our time.” And the inimitable Philadelphian has been honored by the National Endowment of the Arts as a Jazz Master. Don’t miss Barron and his virtuosic trio live at the Schermerhorn.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony.

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 Corea's Concerto + Romeo & Juliet

November 2 to 4

New York Philharmonic prinicpal trombonist Joseph Alessi — a veritable rock star among American brass players — takes center stage with a work written for him by the late, great jazz legend Chick Corea, premiered with Giancarlo Guerrero in São Paolo. Szymanowski’s Concert Overture is an exuberant concert opener, and Giancarlo ties it all together with Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet Suite, which perfectly captures the drama and heartbreak of Shakespeare’s immortal story.

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 NDLOVU Youth Choir

November 6

If you caught them as finalists on America's Got Talent, you won’t want to miss the Ndlovu Youth Choir’s one-night-only stop at the Schermerhorn November 6 as part of their first US tour! The choir’s soul-stirring performances have won hearts and minds around the world with their high-energy performances, mesmerizing choreography, and shared message of hope, love and togetherness.

Presented without the Nashville Symphony.

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 Copland, Piazzolla and Estévez

November 17 & 18

When Aaron Copland first visited Mexico, he remarked, “Mexico has turned out even grander than I expected, and I expected pretty grand things.” El Salón Mexico draws upon that sentiment, headlining a program inspired by Latin America’s beauty and culture. Piazzolla’s Sinfonía Buenos Aires captures the tango’s provocative essence, and Giancarlo Guerrero has invited Aquiles Machado and Juan Tomás Martinez as soloists for Antonio Estévez’s Cantata Criolla, a Faustian singing contest between Florentino and the Devil.

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