The Nashville Symphony has announced two fall community concerts that will give music lovers of all ages the chance to experience the GRAMMY®-winning orchestra free of charge this October.
Free Community Event
Concierto en Plaza Mariachi con tu Sinfónica de Nashville
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Plaza Mariachi, 3955 Nolensville Pike, Nashville
Bring the whole family to Plaza Mariachi, and enjoy an array of great classical music as conductor Enrico Lopez-Yañez takes you on a musical tour of Spain and Latin America, including Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba and Costa Rica. Featuring works by Ernesto Lecuona, José Pablo Moncayo, Astor Piazzolla and more, with a special appearance by Nashville Symphony principal oboist Titus Underwood. Click here for more information and the full program.
Free Community Event
Fall Concert at The Renaissance Center
7 p.m. Saturday, October 19, 2019
The Renaissance Center, 855 Hwy. 46 South, Dickson
The Nashville Symphony returns to Dickson for a performance that promises to be fun for the entire family! Newly appointed assistant conductor Nathan Aspinall makes his first public appearance leading the orchestra in some of classical music’s greatest selections, including works by Beethoven, Stravinsky, Dvořák, John Williams and much more. Click here for more information and the full program.
No ticket needed for entry; seating is first come, first served. Call 615.740.5600 for more info or click here to visit The Renaissance Center’s website.
The GRAMMY® Award-winning Nashville Symphony has earned an international reputation for its innovative programming and its commitment to performing, recording and commissioning works by America’s leading composers. The Nashville Symphony has released more than 30 recordings on Naxos, which have received 24 GRAMMY® nominations and 13 GRAMMY® Awards, making it one of the most active recording orchestras in the country. The orchestra has also released recordings on Decca, Deutsche Grammophon and New West Records, among other labels. With more than 140 performances annually, the orchestra offers a broad range of classical, pops and jazz, and children’s concerts, while its extensive education and community engagement programs reach 60,000 children and adults each year.