Safety Plan

Health and safety are a top priority for the Nashville Symphony as we prepare to welcome you back to our concert hall. Recognizing that we are all still living in a pandemic, we have partnered with HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health, who will continue to provide their expertise and guidance as we assess changing conditions. We will continue to make updates and adjustments to our Safety Plan, and we will keep in regular contact with you as we do.

Our Safety Protocols
At present, all patrons will be asked to adhere to the following protocols:

  • Symptom screening signs will be posted at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
    • Patrons will be encouraged to self-screen before entering the building.
  • Masks are welcome, but no longer required for entry.
    • Have questions or concerns about wearing a mask? Please contact us.
    • We will continue to reassess this policy based on guidance from our health and safety partner, HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health, along with local, state and federal health officials.

Here are the steps we are taking to keep you safe:

  • Touchless digital tickets – learn more about how to access your tickets.
  • Hand-sanitizing stations throughout the venue for your convenience.
  • Digital program guide:
    • You’ll receive your program in advance of the performance.
    • Printed copies available upon request.
  • Consistent enforcement of all safety protocols.

 

Keeping the Air Safe for You
Our health and safety partner, HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health, has recommended that proper filtration, a good amount of outside air and good air exchange rates are the best strategies for minimizing the risk of exposure to COVID-19. 

Schermerhorn Symphony Center has MERV-14 filters installed in all air-handling units throughout our venue. These filters are considered to be “hospital-grade” and are extremely effective at filtering out pathogens.

Our air-handling systems operate with air exchange rates designed to ensure consistent circulation of clean air. There are three high-performing air handlers in Laura Turner Concert Hall, which complete an air exchange four times per hour. The airflow in the concert hall is designed to pull air downward, away from the audience and performers.

That means you can enjoy your concert with confidence that you are breathing clean, safe air.

Employee Safety
The Nashville Symphony prioritizes the health and safety of all its employees and volunteers. We’ve been working closely with our orchestra musicians to ensure that we have protocols that will keep all performers safe, so that they can focus on what they do best: playing beautiful music just for you!

Our Face Mask Policy

Masks are welcome, but no longer required for entry. Have questions or concerns about wearing a mask? Please contact us. We will continue to reassess this policy based on guidance from our health and safety partner, HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health.