Established in 1997

Since its founding in 1945, the Nashville Symphony has established itself as one of the country’s leading symphony orchestras, reaching more than 360,000 people in and around Middle Tennessee through hundreds of annual performances. The Nashville Symphony’s music education and community outreach programs together serve more than 80,000 children annually, at no charge to the schools or to the students. The Nashville Symphony’s growing national and international reputation has led to the building of a new world-class concert hall, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, which opened in September 2006.