Nashville Symphony The Snowman Tickets
The Nashville Symphony will be hosting a special presentation of the ‘Snowman’. With composer, Howard Black, the show will be recreating the picture book by author Raymond Biggs. The event will also present a screening of the 1982 animated movie based on the book, directed by Jimmy T. Murakami and Dianne Jackson. Treat your children to a fun night out as the symphonic organization hosts the event at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Purchase cheap Nashville Symphony the Snowman tickets before they sell out.
Buy Nashville Symphony The Snowman Tickets
Nashville Symphony The Snowman
The Nashville Symphony the Snowman show will be lighting up the stage of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Opened for public and private shows in 2006, the venue is named after Nashville Symphony’s conductor and director, Kenneth Schermerhorn who passed away in 2005. It is known to host regular season performances of the Nashville Symphony ever since it’s opening. With four floors that provide a seating space for over eighteen hundred audiences, the Schermerhorn facility can present over one hundred and fifteen musicians on its stages. The Nashville Symphony the Snowman tickets are now up for grabs for those to want to experience wholesome family entertainment.
The Snowman staging and screening is organized by one of Nashville’s leading orchestral organization, the Nashville Symphony. Founded in 1946 as a non-profit organization with the aim of providing the residents of Tennessee with high quality entertainment, the Nashville Symphony has been going strong for over sixty seven years. Its current music director is Giancarlo Guerrero who is responsible for organizing more than one hundred and forty performances on an annual basis. The music concerts that are brought forth by the Nashville Symphony consist of a great variety of music ranging from pop, classical and jazz events to family shows and community outreach programs. Apart from hosting regular season shows, the organization also releases its own recordings through the Naxos Record Label Company. With over nineteen releases, the symphony has received fourteen Grammy nominations, bagging seven wins, including two wins from the categories of “Best Orchestral Performance”. This time, the organization brings forth a unique event that can be enjoyed by the entire family.
The Nashville Symphony the Snowman event will present a reenactment of the picture book, printed and released by author Raymond Biggs. Published by Hamish Hamilton in 1978, the picture book doesn’t consist of any words. The book has been commended by several honorable award institutions such as the Library Association being placed in the runners’ up spot for the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. It was also awarded the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in the same year. The animated movie that was based on this pictorial release received nominations for twenty six academy awards.
The story of the book presents a young boy whose family doesn’t have a Christmas tree. At the stroke of midnight, as the boy’s parents fall asleep, a snowman appears outside the house. He introduces himself to the young boy and together the two share a quiet dinner. The magical snowman and the boy then embark on a journey to visit Father Christmas. The two characters take flight and fly all over the town and across the ocean. They then make their way to the arctic and into the auroras. They meet up with Father Christmas who gives the young boy a scarf. Making their way back to the boy’s house, when the young boy wakes up the next morning, the sun is bright and the snowman has melted. Mourning the loss of his dear friend, the boy puts his hand in his pocket, to discover the scarf Father Christmas had given him. Watch a live staging of this wonderful Christmas story as the Snowman makes its way to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Purchase Nashville Symphony the Snowman tickets immediately.
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