Category: Festivals

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Nashville Symphony Announces 2014-15 Thor Johnson Scholarship Competition Details

Nashville Symphony is known for a wide variety of community efforts, including Building Future Audiences, Free Day of Music, Symphony Under the Stars and student programs.  Along with the community and school programs the Symphony so generously offers our children and adults here in Nashville, a scholarship competition has also been set up to award […]

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Sports Blaine Bishop Receives DUI Charge Sunday Morning

Tennessee Titans’ fans may remember Blaine Bishop for playing Safety with the Titans for most of the 90s. During his 138 games played with the Nashville based team, Bishop was named to four Pro Bowls and tallied up tackles to reach just a few shy of 800 and, in that eight year period from 1993 […]

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Will Craig Wayne Boyd be Crowned Champion

Nashvillians have eagerly, proudly, and with profound support, watched NBC’s The Voice week after week this season, as one of our own Music City talents and now-Nashville resident makes his way closer and closer to the top of the heap on NBC’s The Voice. We watched, our cumulative breath held, as Craig Wayne Boyd, Wildhorse […]

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Art Flex It! My Body My Temple’ Parthenon Centennial Park

One of Nashville’s most visited and perhaps most unusual landmarks is our Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon that you will find in Athens, Greece (chief temple of the goddess Athena, built in the 5th century b.c..) Our version, however, was  built  here in Tennessee specifically for Tennessee’s 1897 Centennial Explosion. Today, our […]

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Bonnaroo 2015 Dates Have Been Set

Manchester, Tennessee, just a bit over an hour’s drive from Nashville, in Coffee County. 11 square miles. Population 10, 261,  as of 2013. The only University – Love Beauty School. It’s a unassuming country town, mostly made up of acres upon acres of farmland with plenty of open space, fields, woods, farms. A quiet town. […]

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Classical Nashville Symphony December Calendar

The Schermerhorn Symphony Center has lined up an impressive December for Nashvillians and the growing number of tourists who come to Music City for our entertainment. Yep, in the past Nashville was simply known for Country Music but in the last few years, this city has grown into a metropolis of entertainment. In fact, Nashville […]

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