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Portara Ensemble & Nashville Concerto Orchestra Alzheimer's Benefit Concert
Jun
21
7:30 PM19:30

Portara Ensemble & Nashville Concerto Orchestra Alzheimer's Benefit Concert

Featuring the cantata Shadow and Light: An Alzheimer’s Journey by Joan Szymko, this special benefit concert is part of a nationwide initiative called “The Longest Day” to raise awareness of and funds for Alzheimer’s disease. The concert will also feature the Epiphany Dancers and the Nashville Concerto Orchestra. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet the composer at the reception afterward. Co-sponsored by MidSouth Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.


Donation: $15, Tickets available here.
Tickets will also be available at the door.

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Rod McGaha, trumpet
Feb
15
7:30 PM19:30

Rod McGaha, trumpet

Popular trumpet virtuoso Rod McGaha combines a wide variety of influences into an eclectic, globally conscious blend with a fresh sound. Give your Valentine an evening of jazz—much more romantic than a box of chocolates! Reception following.

Suggested donation $15 | $5 students

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S T Kimbrough Reading
Jan
24
7:00 PM19:00

S T Kimbrough Reading

S T Kimbrough, father of Dean Kimbrough, will be a featured poet at the Poet’s Corner program at Scarritt Bennett on Thursday, January 24 from 7:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. in Fondren Hall. Mr. Kimbrough has had successful parallel careers as a musician, academician/churchman, and author with widespread experience in all three fields in the United States and abroad.

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Nashville Unlimited
Dec
11
7:00 PM19:00

Nashville Unlimited

Every holiday season, bassist and producer Dave Pomeroy pulls together a dazzling array of Nashville’s finest singers, songwriters and musicians for a great cause — raising funds for Nashville’s Room In The Inn homeless program. A suggested minimum donation of $20 with all proceeds go to Room In The Inn. Open seating, the doors open at 6 p.m.


This year’s lineup includes Tom Paxton, The McCrary Sisters, Don Schlitz, The Ukedelics, Seay Delgado, The Don Juans, and Aubrey Chemel, with more to come. As always, you never know what “Mystery Guests” will make an appearance for this special event!This is a popular annual event where Nashville musicians and surprise guest artists lend their talents to benefit Room In The Inn—and get the audience in the holiday spirit in the process!

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Thomas Ospital Organ Concert
Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Thomas Ospital Organ Concert

One of two chief organists at the Church of St. Eustache in Paris, home of the largest pipe organ in France, 28-year-old Thomas Ospital is a top international concert organist. His scintillating program will include a demonstration of his remarkable skill at improvisation.
Reception following.
Co-sponsored by the Nashville Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
Suggested donation $15 | $5 students

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ALIAS Chamber Ensemble
Sep
30
4:00 PM16:00

ALIAS Chamber Ensemble

ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, known for its unconventional musical selections, plays Aliaksandr Yazinski’s “Peace” for accordion and string quartet; Bryon House’s “Trio” for reworked electronics with English horn, bassoon, and flute; and Nico Muhly’s “Beaming Music” for organ (featuring Canon Dr. Michael Velting) and marimba.
Reception following.
Suggested donation $15 | $5 students

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Voices. Of Hope? The Power of Music Concert
May
2
7:00 PM19:00

Voices. Of Hope? The Power of Music Concert

Part of a city-wide dialogue on the arts and social justice, presented in conjunction with the Nashville Symphony and the Violins of Hope exhibit, commemorating musicians in Nazi concentration camps. This concert includes Portara performing the Bach cantata “Feed the hungry with bread” (BWV 39) and the Nashville Concerto Orchestra playing Gorecki’s Symphony No. 3 “Songs of Sorrow”.

Admission is free.

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Voices. Of Hope? The Power of Music Lecture
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Voices. Of Hope? The Power of Music Lecture

This two-part series is part of a city-wide dialogue on the arts and social justice, presented in conjunction with the Nashville Symphony and the Violins of Hope exhibit, commemorating musicians in Nazi concentration camps.  On April 25, Joy Calico of the Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, will present a lecture, “Violins. Of Hope?” A concert on May 2, including Portara performing the Bach cantata “Feed the hungry with bread” (BWV 39) and the Nashville Concerto Orchestra playing Gorecki’s Symphony No. 3 “Songs of Sorrow”, will explore the power of music to respond to oppression, give hope, and spur action.

Admission is free.

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Icon Writing Retreat
Apr
9
to Apr 13

Icon Writing Retreat

Practice the spiritual discipline of icon writing in a small class setting led by Teresa Harrison. Beginners welcome! Register soon, as class fills quickly. Lunch provided daily. Please note time change.

$495 includes materials. Deposit of $100 due by February 28, full payment by March 26.

Register online here.

Or you may send a check to:
Christ Church Cathedral
900 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203
Attn: ICON Writing Retreat

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Lenten Solemn Choral Evensong*
Feb
18
3:30 PM15:30

Lenten Solemn Choral Evensong*

Preceded by an organ concert by Matthew Michael Brown, Director of Music and Organist, First United Methodist Church, Salisbury, NC.

* Solemn Choral Evensongs are sung by the Cathedral Choir under the direction of Dr. Michael Velting, Canon for Music, with Michael Gebhart, Assistant Organist and Choirmaster, organ. Evensongs include Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.

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Nashville Concerto Orchestra
Feb
17
3:00 PM15:00

Nashville Concerto Orchestra

The Nashville Concerto Orchestra will present a varied and spirited program in the Nave on Saturday, February 17, at 3 p.m. First, Kris Wilkinson, string arranger for the CMA Awards and Lady Antebellum, and Marie Winget will play Bach's Brandenburg Concerto no. 6, a favorite of many. The program will continue with Matt Combs, former fiddler in the house band of the Grand Ole Opry, who will present the Nashville premiere of Appalachian Rhapsody for violin and orchestra. 

$15 suggested donation at the door.

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