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Gateway Symphony Classical Elegance with Charles Neidich Opens Season V

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra announces single tickets for all 2014-15 concerts will be on-sale Tuesday, September 2. Tickets can be purchased by phone at (615) 712-3683 or online at GatewayChamberOrchestra.com/events.

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra has built its reputation for delivering adventurous programming and world-class performances performed in intimate venues. With exceptional musicality and bold selections created to engage audiences, the GCO showcases the best of traditional and contemporary classical music. The inviting atmosphere combined with family-friendly pricing has boosted the popularity of this tight-knit and versatile ensemble.

Single tickets for individual concerts, on sale September 2, 2014

Adult: $15


Active Military/Student: $10

Family: $40

Subscriptions Available now

Season subscriptions include four (4) Masterworks concerts:

Adult: $50

Active Military/Student: $30

Family*: $130

*Family includes 2 adults + unlimited children.

 Family and Military Family tickets must be purchased at the box office; call (615) 712-3683.

The GCO opens Season V: Voyage in Versatility Monday, September 15, presenting Classical Elegance with world-renowned clarinetist Charles Neidich, who joins the musicians for one of Mozart’s greatest masterpieces. The concert includes John Corigliano’s lush and imaginative Voyage for string orchestra and the charming 3rd symphony of French Romantic Louise Farrenc. This concert will be performed in the Downtown Presbyterian Church on 5th Avenue North. The audience will appreciate the sublime acoustics of the space and its stunning exotic Egyptian Revival architecture.

Gateway Symphony Orchestra to Kick Off New Season
Gateway Symphony Orchestra to Kick Off New Season

Classical Elegance with Charles Neidich

Monday, September 15, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.

Nashville, TN, Downtown Presbyterian Church

John Corigliano - Voyage

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Concerto for Clarinet in A, K. 622

Louise Farrenc – Symphony No. 3 in G minor, Op. 36