Post Tagged with: "Nashville Symphony"

Arts Groups Depend on Christmas Shows

Arts Groups Depend on Christmas Shows

by / on December 10, 2012

Familiar holiday plays, ballets, and concerts seem to fill Nashville’s arts calendars every December. Those traditional shows make a big impact on the bottom line of the performing groups that stage them.

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Naxos at 25

Naxos at 25

by / on October 8, 2012

Miles away from Music Row, one of the biggest classical record labels makes its US headquarters in Franklin. Naxos records recently celebrated a quarter-century of finding success by breaking with industry norms.

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Symphony, Swift Among Nashville Winners at Grammys

by / on February 13, 2012

The Nashville Symphony and Taylor Swift are among Music City’s winners at last night’s Grammy Awards. Swift won Best Country Solo Performance for her song ‘Mean.’ Symphony conductor Giancarlo Guerrero and percussionist Christopher Lamb picked up an award for their recording of Joseph Schwantner’s Percussion Concerto. Other Nashville winners include folk duo The Civil Wars, who won for Best Folk Album. Bluegrass artist Allison Krauss and Christian singers Laura Story […]

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Gregory’s Music

Gregory’s Music

by / on October 6, 2010

When he picks up his mallets, one local child’s passion and ear for music overshadow the long list of challenges he’s faced since birth.

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WPLN Switching To Enhanced News/Talk Schedule

by / on September 4, 2009

Tuesday will mark the beginning of a new chapter at Nashville Public Radio.

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Symphony Invites Guests Outside Schermerhorn to See Lang Lang

by / on September 3, 2009

The Nashville Symphony will extend its season-opening concert to a free audience by way of a giant video screen on the Schermerhorn plaza.

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Chihuly Sculptures to be Shown at Cheekwood, Frist and Symphony

Chihuly Sculptures to be Shown at Cheekwood, Frist and Symphony

by / on July 23, 2009

The complex glasswork by artist Dale Chihuly will come to Nashville next year in a celebration of Cheekwood’s 50th anniversary.

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Stimulus Saves Up to 35 TN Arts Jobs

by / on July 15, 2009

The Tennessee Arts Commission says federal stimulus money sent to the state has saved as many as 35 jobs in the arts.

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