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March 31 to April 1

"I gave everything to it I was able to give,” declared Camille Saint-Saëns of his Third Symphony. “What I have here accomplished, I will never achieve again.” Experience the unique power of this towering masterpiece, which sets loose the awe-inspiring sonic splendor of the pipe organ as it builds to its resounding and electrifying conclusion. Esteemed violinist Vadim Gluzman makes his first Nashville Symphony appearance in two decades to perform Prokofiev’s Second Violin Concerto, a work he calls “gorgeous and angular, dark and shining with light – music of contrasts, full of great beauty and excitement.” 




April 2

Bringing together the jazz and classical traditions, pianist-composer Aaron Diehl transforms the piano into an orchestral vessel in the spirit of beloved predecessors Ahmad Jamal, Erroll Garner, Art Tatum and Jelly Roll Morton. Just as likely to invoke the influence of Prokofiev, Mozart or even Philip Glass, this singular artist has cultivated an authentic, expansive and original sense of style that will resonate brilliantly in the crystalline acoustical setting of the Schermerhorn.  

Presented without the Nashville Symphony.




The Jonah People: A legacy of Struggle and Triumph with the Nashville Symphony


April 13 to 16

Few artists have conveyed the African American experience in America as movingly and as powerfully as Hannibal Lokumbe. The Jonah People: A Legacy of Struggle & Triumph, his most ambitious project to date, is a reckoning with the past that points toward a redemptive vision for the future. The story begins in Africa at the gateway to the ships that transported kidnapped people across the Atlantic into slavery. Audiences will experience the journey from captivity, oppression and servitude, the loss of all freedoms, to the struggle to sustain hope for a way forward. Over the course of this powerful and epic production — complete with full orchestra and chorus, nine vocal soloists, a Jazz quintet, an African drum and dance ensemble, and over thirty actors — Lokumbe will celebrate the spirit of those who endured, those ancestors whose gifts of hope, perseverance and resilience have produced successive generations of black visionaries and world-changers.