The Nashville Symphony is launching a new effort to engage an audience demographic not usually known for its interest in classical music. The Crescendo Club is geared towards people in their 20s and 30s.
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In a changing music economy, some Nashville artists are learning to diversify.
The Nashville Symphony has been on a quest to find the perfect piano.
One of Fisk University’s longtime professors is celebrating his 90th birthday this weekend. Matthew Kennedy lead the famed Jubilee Singers for nearly a quarter century, but it was the piano that brought him to Fisk.
The century-old recordings on “There Breathes a Hope” were made at a critical time when spirituals could have died off along with the last of the former slaves.
The Aristocrat of Bands is set to show off its energetic style in Atlanta, partly in hopes of attracting future members.
The Nashville Symphony is headed to Carnegie Hall at the invitation of a new, national music festival. The orchestra is one of just six ensembles chosen for the 2012 Spring for Music Festival.
Starting in 2011, the free weekend event will take place on several downtown stages, and feature everything from bluegrass to salsa to middle-eastern music.
Last week’s Country Music Television Awards show wasn’t just about crowning audience favorites.
What began as a disagreement on whether to allow churches to have digital-LED signs led to an entire task force dedicated to revamping Metro’s sign laws. Two bills resulting eight-months of meetings are up tonight, one of which would allow the digital message boards in residential areas.