Symphony ‘boasts’ of series

National Symphony Associate Conductor, Kelly Corcoran leading 2013 summer concert at Centennial Park. Photo by Harry Butler

National Symphony Associate Associate Conductor, Kelly Corcoran leading 2013 summer concert at Centennial Park. Photo by Harry Butler

 

It is an annual summer tradition, one that embodies the Nashville Symphony’s mission of bringing outstanding music to audiences of every age and background throughout Middle Tennessee; will feature works by Beethoven, Bernstein, Copland, Tchaikovsky, Cole Porter and more.

     The community concerts deliver classical favorites in a casual summer setting at area locations throughout the region. The performances are free, except where noted below and will be conducted by NSO Assistant Conductor Vinay Parameswaran.

 

Vinay Parameswaran

Vinay Parameswaran

    The dates and locations for the 2014 series are:

7:30 pm, Wednesday, June 4 in the Centennial Park.

8:00 pm, Thursday, June 5 in the East Park.

8:00 pm, Friday, June 6 in the Bicentennial Mall State Park.

7:00 pm, Sunday, June 8 in the Crockett Park.

7:00 pm, Tuesday, June 10 in the Cumberland University, Lebanon.*

7:30 pm, Wednesday, June 11 in the Key Park, Lafayette.

7:00 pm, Thursday, June 12 in the Two Rivers Mansion.

*Admission for this concert is $5 for adults, free for students and children

     The Nashville Symphony will end its free outdoor performances on July 4, when the orchestra takes part in Music City’s Independence Day celebration with a free concert in downtown Nashville on the Lawn at Riverfront Park. This will also include performances by Billy Currington, Ashley Monroe and Striking Matches before the South’s largest fireworks show.

     For more information on the series and about the 4th of July celebration,see www.MusicCityJuly4th.com.




Published by on May 2014. Filed under Art-in-Performance Section, Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW, Centerstage Section, News (Time related), PaletteBoards Section, Tennessee. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed







VOICES

AAMG CLASSIFIEDS