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Nashville Symphony Free Concert

Nashville's Shermerhorn Symphony Center

Over the past week, Cool Springs and the entire Nashville community have come together and shown just what a remarkable city we live in.

This Friday night at 8 p.m., the Nashville Symphony will perform a FREE public concert to thank all of you for helping your friends, neighbors and fellow citizens through the unprecedented events of the last few days.

The concert will take place on Nashville’s Public Square, located directly in front of the Metro Courthouse.

Here is a map of the concert location.

Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero and Resident Conductor Albert-George Schram will lead a program of symphonic favorites, and recording legend Christopher Cross will join the orchestra to perform a selection of his beloved hits.

The Nashville Symphony has decided to present this concert as a way of helping the community find solace and healing. This night of great music will help remind everyone that there’s hope for our community, and that together we can overcome the obstacles before us.

Thanks to the generosity of the Nashville Downtown Partnership and Metro Nashville Government, we will be offering FREE parking for this event at the Metro Courthouse/ Public Square Garage. Located directly under the Public Square, these parking spaces will be available from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on a first come, first served basis. Bring chairs or blankets, and come enjoy an evening of wonderful music with the Nashville Symphony!

Nashville Symphony Free Concert

We’re also pleased to announce that the Nashville Symphony will offer most of the remaining concerts in its 2009/10 season at alternative venues while Schermerhorn Symphony Center undergoes repairs. Both the Symphony’s upcoming presentation of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its performances of Bartók’s stunning Bluebeard’s Castle will take place in TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. We will continue to keep you updated via e-mail regarding other upcoming events. Current information can also be found on our website, NashvilleSymphony.org.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center will return stronger than ever in the 2010/11 season, and we look forward to what promises to be one amazing year of music.