Nashville Symphony Adds Two New Concerts to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center July Schedule

The RESET: An Immersive Sound Healing Experience – July 21, 2024.

Silent Movie Classics: The Red Balloon and The Cameraman – July 28, 2024.

NASHVILLE, TN (April 23, 2024) – The Nashville Symphony has announced two additional concerts for the July calendar: The RESET brings sound baths to the Schermerhorn for a one-of-a-kind sound healing experience on Sunday, July 21, 2024, and organist Peter Krasinski performs during Silent Movie Classics: The Red Balloon and The Cameraman on Sunday, July 28, 2024. Tickets for all two concerts are currently available for 2023/24 season ticket holders and donors of $500+. Tickets for sale to the general public become available Friday, April 26 at 10:00 AM, and more information can be found at

Singer and sound healing artist Davin Youngs brings his signature immersive sound healing experience to the Schermerhorn on Sunday, July 21, 2024. The RESET is Young’s unique take on a "sound bath," crafting each experience using improvisational singing, looping devices, and sound healing instruments to create a sonic container for restoration, discovery, and healing. He has previously brought The RESET to iconic spaces including Chicago's famed Orchestra Hall, the roof at Ace Hotel, Arcosanti in the Arizona desert, and Finney Chapel at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. More information and tickets can be found at

Experience the breathtaking, seat-shaking sounds of the Schermerhorn’s Martin Foundation Concert Organ performed during Silent Movie Classics: The Red Balloon and The Cameraman on Sunday, July 28, 2024. Featuring live music by organist Peter Krasinski, this double-feature is anchored by the 1928 classic, The Cameraman. A hopelessly in love, clumsy man takes work as a motion-picture cameraman at MGM Studios in attempt to be close to the woman he desires. Also featuring the 1956 French film, The Red Balloon, where a red balloon with a mind of its own follows a little boy around the streets of Paris. More information and tickets can be found at

About the Nashville Symphony

The Nashville Symphony has been the primary ambassador for classical music in Music City since 1946. Led by Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero, the ensemble is internationally acclaimed for its focus on contemporary American orchestral music through collaborations with composers including Jennifer Higdon, Terry Riley, Joan Tower, and Aaron Jay Kernis; commissioning and recording projects with Nashville-based artists including Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck, Ben Folds, and Victor Wooten; and for its 14 GRAMMY® Awards and 27 nominations. In addition to its classical season, the orchestra performs concerts in a wide range of genres, from pops to live-to-film movie scores, family-focused presentations, holiday events, jazz and cabaret evenings, and is the official orchestra for the Nashville Ballet.

An established leader in Nashville and regional arts and cultural communities, the Symphony spearheads groundbreaking community partnerships and initiatives serving thousands of citizens throughout Middle Tennessee. Notable programs include Music in My Neighborhood, Young Peoples Concerts, and the Accelerando program, which provides professional performance, educational, and career opportunities for students from underrepresented ethnicities in American orchestras. Find more at

The Nashville Symphony is a nonprofit organization. In addition to support from Metro Arts and Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville Symphony is supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number SLFRP5534 awarded to the State of Tennessee by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Nashville Symphony is also supported in part by an American Rescue Plan Act grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support general operating expenses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information about the Nashville Symphony and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, please visit