The Nashville Symphony will open its annual Free Day of Music at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on October 27 with an 11 a.m. performance in Laura Turner Concert Hall. The event will feature 25 performances and events until 9 p.m. at the arts center. In addition to music, there will be a beer garden, food trucks, a costume contest, an instrument petting zoo, and Halloween- and Day of the Dead-themed family activities. Sensory-friendly offerings will include quiet spaces and ASL translators for some performances. Nashville Symphony Assistant Conductor Enrico Lopez-Yañez and Nashville Symphony Chorus Director Tucker Biddlecombe will participate in a Q&A session, and a student ensemble from the Nashville Symphony’s Accelerando program will perform. Classical, rock, jazz, and country music performers will include Music City Brass Ensemble, Nashville Philharmonic, Nashville Salsa Machine, Choro Nashville, Sonja Hopkins Jazz Band presented by the National Museum of African American Music, and Nashville in Harmony Chorus, among others. For more information, click here.
Posted October 25, 2018