Classical

3:22pm

Fri January 9, 2015
Classical

Gateway Chamber Orchestra Offers 2-Concert Series

Gateway Chamber Orchestra

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra announces a 2-Concert Spring Series subscription including Romantic Visions and Appalachian Spring. Rejoice in the majesty of Mendelssohn on February 9, and celebrate America’s favorite composer Aaron Copland in April. This specially priced “mini-subscription” is being offered for a limited time, providing the perfect opportunity to savor and share a GCO concert experience. Purchase a pair of tickets and bring a friend!

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9:39am

Fri January 9, 2015
Classical

Nashville Ballet to Present Attitude, Ticket Discount Offer Enclosed

Nashville Ballet is returning with our winter contemporary production, Attitude, over Valentine’s Day weekend. This year’s performance features the revival of 2013’s popular …but the flowers have yet to come featuring Matthew Perryman Jones and Gina Patterson. We’re also debuting a piece set to early Bob Dylan music. Through the end of January, everyone can save $5 on their tickets to Attitude with the code ATTWEB. Tickets can be purchased here.

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8:36am

Thu January 8, 2015
Classical

Anne Akiko Meyers is Billboard’s 2014 Top-Selling Classical Instrumentalist

Anne Akiko Meyers finished 2014 as the top selling instrumentalist on Billboard. The strong success of Ms. Meyers’s 2014 releases, The Four Seasons and The American Masters, as well as her 2013 AIR: The Bach Album contributed to this achievement.

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9:45am

Tue January 6, 2015
Classical

Nashville Symphony Presents Beethoven's Seventh Symphony

Aegis Sciences Classical Series
Beethoven's Seventh
Thursday, January 8, at 7 pm
Friday, January 9, at 8 pm
Saturday, January 10, at 8 pm

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9:17am

Tue January 6, 2015
Classical

Alan Gilbert Launches New Year with New York Phil, Concludes Nielsen Project, Leads Verdi Requiem

Alan Gilbert launches the New Year at the New York Philharmonic, where, in his sixth season as Music Director, he continues to prove himself a “force for permanent revolution” (New York).

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