Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-05-28 10:33:08 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — Music City continues to recover from a pandemic, with increasing live music performances. This weekend, Nashville Symphony will be active.
The Symphony Orchestra will launch a summer chamber music series this weekend, with performances on Friday and Saturday nights in June. In the two performances, you can hear several songs by Bach and Tchaikovsky.
The show runs for an hour and requires pre-registration. It is not possible to make a reservation on the spot. There are 500 seats per performance, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Their safety protocols include indoor masks and social distance assurance, in addition to symptomatology screening on arrival.
If you want to go out and listen Free tickets can be booked here.. You can find out more about the Symphony Orchestra’s safety plans on our website.
What is a rebound?
We want to help as Middle Tennessee is working to recover from the effects of the coronavirus. Whether it’s getting back to work, managing this uncertain time, or managing pressure, we’re working on finding a solution. In addition, I would like to tell a story of hope, inspiration, and creativity as central Tennessee begins to recover.
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