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Nashville Symphony Announces 2018 Curb Concerto Competition Winners

The Nashville Symphony has announced the winners of the 2018 Curb Concerto Competition, which annually distributes thousands of dollars in prize money to Tennessee students between the ages of 14 and 18. A total of 18 promising music students participated in this year’s competition, with the winners being selected following …

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Fun Facts for the Nashville Symphony’s March 8-10 Concerts

The Nashville Symphony’s Aegis Sciences Classical Series returns on March 8-10 to perform the Fifth Symphony of Gustav Mahler, a personal favorite of Symphony music director Giancarlo Guerrero, while renowned violinist Jennifer Koh returns to the Schermerhorn to join the orchestra for Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Violin Concerto. Here’s everything you need to know about …

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Mahler’s Grand Fifth Symphony Headlines Nashville Symphony Performances on March 8-10

Violinist Jennifer Koh Returns to Perform Salonen’s Violin Concerto Tickets on Sale Here!  The Nashville Symphony’s Aegis Sciences Classical Series resumes at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on March 8-10 with a showcase of Gustav Mahler’s epic Fifth Symphony. Violinist Jennifer Koh also makes her first Schermerhorn appearance in five years, opening the concerts as the …

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The Nashville Wine Auction- Pairings: Nashville’s Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend Wined Up Event!

The Nashville Wine Auction- Pairings: Nashville’s Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend Wined Up Event!

The Nashville Wine Auction hosted the 2018 Pairings: Nashville’s Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend on February 22-24, 2018. Pairings was a three-day celebration of the unique relationship between exceptional wine and delicious food. This year’s Pairings featured a partnership of chefs from Nashville and New Orleans. We were excited to …

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Frist Center Announces Call to Student Artists for Young Tennessee Artists Exhibition

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts has announced a statewide call to Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) studio art students to submit artwork for 2018 Young Tennessee Artists: Selections from Advanced Studio Art Programs. The exhibition will be on view to the public in the Frist Center’s …

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Votes are in! Highest rated restaurants in Nashville by OpenTable

Looking for the best overall restaurants in Nashville? You’re in the right place. Each month OpenTable analyzes more than 400,000 new diner reviews. We sort the results by category to help you discover new favorites. It’s a great partnership: you reserve, eat, and review. We listen…and deliver the results for …

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Bartaco is Going All Out For”Margarita March”

 Bartaco  will be going ALL OUT for “Margarita March,” featuring a special lineup of refreshing cocktails! Each week will offer a different specialty margarita for you to enjoy! We had the opportunity to talk with Wine & Spirits Director, Gretchen Thomas, about all the great margaritas and even got her favorite …

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City Winery Nashville Launches Tasting Bar on Saturdays & Sundays From 12-5PM

Explore Nashville’s first fully-functioning urban winery with a tasting of locally made wines, right in the heart of Music City. With a special tasting menu of red and white house-made wines, you can experience four different varietals created right in your own backyard for only $10! Purchase a bottle of …

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Ballet Pink and The Man in Black Collide at Ballet Ball 2018

Annual Gala Celebrates the Legacy of Johnny Cash Ballet goes country (and a little rock ‘n’ roll) when Nashville Ballet’s annual fundraising gala Ballet Ball pays homage to Johnny Cash through a collaboration with his son John Carter Cash and guest appearances by several internationally recognized artists at the Schermerhorn …

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Nashville Zoo’s Andean Bear Exhibit Opens March 15

Nashville Zoo Admission Pass  Nashville Zoo is pleased to announce that the new exhibit, Expedition Peru: Trek of the Andean Bear, graciously funded by 12 significant donors, will open on Thursday, March 15. The addition of Andean bears will mark the first time this species has ever been housed at Nashville …

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