Preservation Hall Fat Tuesday Special



Buy one ticket and GET ONE FREE for
Preservation Hall Jazz Band

For more than 50 years, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band has been sharing authentic New Orleans jazz around the world. In recent years, the PHJB has performed and recorded with a wide array of musicians, ranging from Merle Haggard to My Morning Jacket to the Del McCoury Band. They’ll have you dancing in the aisles when they return to the Schermerhorn for a night of hot jazz and classic American tunes! Purchase one ticket at regular price and
GET ONE FREE when you use promo code MARDIGRAS. Promotion ends 11:59 p.m. tonight.

Concert presented without orchestra.



Pink Martini
Thursday, March 13, at 8 p.m.
at War Memorial Auditorium

Pink Martini's founder Thomas Lauderdale is excited to present his newest musical co-conspirators, The von Trapps, the great-grandchildren of Georg and Maria von Trapp. Pink Martini will be releasing an exciting full-length studio collaboration album, due in March 2014, and in celebration of the release, The von Trapps will tour with Pink Martini and perform songs from the brand new album.

Nashville Symphony email club members receive an exclusive discount! Use promo code NASHVILLE to save $10 off your ticket!


Dianne Reeves
Friday, May 2, at 8 p.m.

No singer knows her way around a jazz tune like Dianne Reeves does. With her distinctive jazz and R&B stylings, the four-time GRAMMY® winner is one of music’s most gifted vocalists, unrivaled in her ability to interpret old and new standards alike. She’ll perform a mix of originals and classics, all wrapped in her dazzling voice.

Presented without orchestra.


Branford Marsalis
Thursday, May 15, at 7 p.m.
Fri.-Sat., May 16-17, at 8 p.m.

Saxophonist Branford Marsalis joins the Nashville Symphony for a dynamic program featuring John Williams’ Escapades, a jazzy piece based on the composer’s music for the hit film Catch Me If You Can. Marsalis will also show off his astonishing soprano sax skills on Villa Lobos’ charming and lyrical Fantasia. George Gershwin’s bustling An American in Paris closes the evening with music that captures all the excitement and romance of life in the big city.