The Grammy-nominated ALIAS Chamber Ensemble begins its 2013-14 season with a concert that features three living women composers, including a World Premiere by Pulitzer prize-winning Caroline Shaw. And Shaw is not the only Pulitzer winner on that concert, let alone in the season. ALIAS will also be performing works by Tennessee native Jennifer Higdon (who won the Pulitzer in 2010), and Paul Moravec (who won in 2004).
Nashville Symphony is launching a KickStarter project to record three works by celebrated American composer Joan Tower. The orchestra has set a goal of $15,500 to fund the recording of Chamber Dance, Stroke and Violin Concerto live in concert at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee, during fall 2013.
Now celebrating its fourth year, Arts & Flowers has blossomed into one of Nashville's most successful and best attended cultural events. Benefiting GRAMMY nominated ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, this sizzling arts party is coming Saturday, July 20, to the W.O. Smith Music School.
The Tennessee Valley Winds in association with The Friends of the Greenway and Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department will perform a free concert under the direction of Erich Zimmerman, on Sunday, June 9th at 2pm in the Old Fort Park Pavilion #3 at 1025 Old Fort parkway in Murfreesboro.