Nashville Symphony Uncommon Folk Tickets

Since 1946, the Nashville Symphony has been giving back to the community in form of top quality live performances as well as with its educational programs. Each year, with an unmatched lineup of events being carried throughout the season, Nashville Symphony attracts a large number of patrons at its Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Annually, the symphony orchestra performs about 140 concerts, and among them this season is Uncommon Folk.

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About Nashville Symphony Uncommon Folk

With its performance of uncommon folk, the orchestra will be taking its audience members through a musical journey across the world as it will be performing along with the folk instruments from around the globe. Such a feat is rarely witnessed in an orchestral performance, and Nashville Symphony aims to accomplish it this season. The concert will be featuring some of the big names from different parts of the world, who have mastered the ethnic instruments of their regions. So be a witness to this once in a blue moon opportunity of catching all the sounds from the world live, with Uncommon Folk tickets.
Established back in 1946, Nashville Symphony currently holds an international repute for continuously growing repertoire as well as the versatility of the events that it stages. Presently the orchestra comprises of eight five members, which makes it the largest nonprofit performing arts organization in the Tennessee. Every season, the symphony orchestra stages 140 performances, and within these 140 performances the orchestra offers all sorts of flavors of music like jazz, pop, classical, and family programs. Apart from all these performances the orchestra also offers abundant outreach efforts in hopes of promoting this kind of performing art.
Nashville Symphony orchestra releases its recordings on Naxos Records and over the years, the orchestra has released a total of nineteen recordings so far. For these recordings the orchestra has been awarded and nominated on various occasions including fourteen Grammy Award nominations out of which it managed to claim seven Grammy Awards. Two of the Grammy Awards came for the category of Best Orchestral Performance, while two other ones were won for Metropolis Symphony by Michael Daugherty and Made in America by Joan Tower. The Orchestra is known for performing the works of some of the most renowned historical and contemporary composers. Quite recently, it performed a piece at the Spring For Music Festival at Carnegie Hall that was composed by Terry Riley.
Now for the limited time only, the Nashville Symphony orchestra goes out of the box by bringing the various folk instruments from around the globe at one show called the Uncommon Folk. The show will be featuring Sinfonia India by Carlos Chavez, which will take the audience through Mexico’s cultures and its diverse sounds. Hary Janos Suite by Kodaly will have a Hungarian instrument called the Cimbalom creating magic all around. Moreover, with a number of Latin Percussionists in the mix, Ginastera’s Harp Concerto will be featuring Nashville Symphony’s very own harpist Licia Jaskunas. Daniil Trifonov, a Russian Pianist will also flaunt his talents as he takes on the Ninth Piano Concerto by Mozart. Catch all of that and more with cheap Uncommon Folk tickets.
Uncommon Folk will take place at Nashville Symphony’s very own Schermerhorn Symphony Center which broke ground back in 2003 and reached its completion in 2006 after the cost of $123.5 Million. With its area stretched across the 197,000 sq. feet of land, the symphony center is currently known as one of the best concert halls in the country thanks to its out of the ordinary architecture and acoustics. The concert hall is named after Kenneth Schermerhorn who remained the chief conductor of the orchestra for twenty two years and led it to Grammy Award wins. With abundant amount of space, enough to accommodate 115 on stage musicians, Schermerhorn Symphony Center is among the top concert halls in the region.