NASHVILLE SYMPHONY OCTOBER EVENTS
Fifth SunTrust Classical Series
Thursday, October 4, at 7 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, October 5 & 6, at 8 p.m.
Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
Jun Iwasaki, violin
Carrie Bailey, violin
Daniel Reinker, viola
Anthony LaMarchina, cello
Haydn - Symphony No. 31 in D major, “Hornsignal”
Stephen Paulus - Three Places of Enlightenment - String Quartet Concerto
Stephen Paulus - The Veil of Tears, from To Be Certain of the Dawn
Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 in C minor
Beethoven’s Fifth begins with the four most famous notes of music ever written and takes listeners on an epic journey from darkness to light. Expect to be equally transformed by the music of Stephen Paulus, whose work bursts with energy, rugged beauty and a uniquely American spirit. His Three Places of Enlightenment will showcase four of the Nashville Symphony’s principal string players, while Haydn’s Hornsignal Symphony will feature the mellifluous sounds of our horn section.
This concert will be recorded for future release.
Music with a Mission
Sunday, October 14, at 7 p.m.
Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers
Branford Marsalis w/Joey Calderazzo
The Booth Brothers
Jim Gray, conductor
This second-annual benefit concert for the Nashville Rescue Mission is hosted by Restless Heart, who have invited some of their friends to join in the fun. Expect something truly magical to happen when some of the music world’s greatest talents team up with the Nashville Symphony! Bill Cody and Demetria Kalodimos will emcee the evening, and proceeds will support the Nashville Rescue Mission’s tireless work with the homeless men, women and children of Middle Tennessee.
Regions FREE Day of Music
Free Community Event
Sunday, October 21, from 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Nashville-area Youth Symphonies
TN Valley Winds Brass Ensemble
Blair Suzuki Youth Ensemble
Coal Train Railroad
Williamson County Community Band
Nashville Flute Choir
Tim Akers & the Smoking Section
Nexus Chamber Orchestra
Nashville Symphony Chamber Chorus
The perfect way to celebrate the fall season! This popular event invites the entire community to Schermerhorn Symphony Center to enjoy free musical performances all day and into the night. The Regions FREE Day of Music will feature 20 local ensembles performing in various spaces throughout the building and two stages outside on One Symphony Place and in the Courtyard. The music will range from big band and gypsy music to jazz and pop, with several local classical ensembles, culminating with an evening performance by the Nashville Symphony in Laura Turner Concert Hall at 7 p.m. Visit NashvilleSymphony.org/freedayofmusic for a full schedule of events.
Michael W. Smith
Bank of America Pops Series
Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27, at 8 p.m.
Albert-George Schram, conductor
Michael W. Smith
An inspiring night of music. Hit maker Michael W. Smith knows his way around a tune, but his music has a passionate, cinematic sweep that has made him one of the world’s most beloved artists. When he joins the Nashville Symphony, he’ll perform some of his best-known pop songs, along with breathtaking selections from his recent orchestral album recorded with conductor David Hamilton.
Halloween in the Wild West
The Ann & Monroe Carell Family Trust
Pied Piper Series
Saturday, October 27, at 11 a.m.
Kelly Corcoran, conductor
School of Nashville Ballet
Howdy, pardners! Grab your cowboy boots as the Nashville Symphony jumps on the Pony Express to trick-or-treat in the wild, wild West, where just about ANYTHING can happen! This concert will feature some great American music, including John Williams and Aaron Copland, along with some good ol’ scary Halloween music like Night on Bald Mountain!
Halloween Movie Night
Nosferatu with Tom Trenney
Monday, October 29, at 8 p.m.
Tom Trenney, organ
Thrills and chills galore! Organ whiz Tom Trenney returns for this annual tradition at the Schermerhorn — a screening of a scary silent movie classic, accompanied by the seat-shaking sound of the Martin Foundation Concert Organ. This year, we’re featuring Murnau’s vampire thriller Nosferatu. Come in costume and get ready to hold on to your seat!
ARPEGGIO RESTAURANT - Enhance your evening with a pre-concert dinner at our fine-dining restaurant, just steps away from Laura Turner Concert Hall in Schermerhorn Symphony Center. This sumptuous, four-course prix-fixe menu includes a preset antipasto display and a menu of appetizing starters, delicious entrees and handcrafted specialty desserts, all delivered to your table. It’s easy! Simply click on “add dinner reservation” in your cart selection after you’ve selected your concert tickets online, or call 615.687.6400.
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