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Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Nashville Symphony's 1,872-seat, $120-million hall named for the symphony's late conductor, Kenneth Schermerhorn, opened in Sept. 2006. The symphony performs more than 100 classical, pop and special concert events each season. The hall features a custom-built concert organ, a convertible seating system, and public garden and café, enclosed by a colonnade, that is open to the public throughout the day and during concerts. Tours available by reservation; call for a performance schedule.


1 Symphony Pl
Nashville, TN 37201
United States