January. A time for new beginnings, creating good habits and setting intentions for the upcoming year. It’s also when the Nashville Symphony announces it’s long awaited lineup for their upcoming season!
Experience the arts all year long with more than 90 concerts in the Nashville Symphony’s 2018-2019 season. Most of the concerts feature your Nashville Symphony conducted by Giancarlo Guerrero. Kicking off the season on September 8 is the Bernstein Centennial featuring some of Leonard Bernstein’s most popular pieces in honor of what would have been his 100th birthday. The excitement continues throughout the year with seasonal presentations, movies, choruses, dancers, children’s programs, and sensory friendly events too.
This year’s season lineup has the perfect gift for the whole family – Dad, Mom and Kids.
Dad doesn’t need one more tie, he needs to see Kristin Chenoweth, The Music of John Williams or Dennis DeYoung & The Music of STYX with a FirstBank Pops Series Subscription!
Mom doesn’t need another pair of earrings, she should be treated to Chris Botti on Valentine’s Day or Carmina Burana in May, just two of several special presentations.
The kids don’t really need one more video game, they need to experience The Grinch Christmas & Sing-A-Long, Home Alone In Concert, Once Upon A Time … A Symphonic Fairytale or Harry Potter™ And The Order of The Phoenix In Concert.
Other notable highlights for the 2018-2019 Nashville Symphony lineup include:
- Midori Plays Beethoven
- Cosmos – An HD Odyssey ft. the “New World” Symphony
- Beethoven’s Seventh
- The Mavericks
- Martina McBride: The Joy of Christmas
- ABBA The Concert
- Spanish Nights
- Jon Batiste: SOLO
- Halloween Movie Night: Phantom of the Opera
- Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain
Season ticket packages are available for the following series:
- Aegis Sciences Classical Series
- FirstBank Pops Series
- Sunday Matinee Series
- Jazz Series
- Blakeford Coffee & Classics Series
- The Ann & Monroe Carell Trust Family Series conducted by Enrico Lopez-Yañez
Click HERE to learn more about series packages, season tickets and more benefits. Individual tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, July 20, 2018.