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Nashville Symphony Plays for Kids

Posted: Oct. 24th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Trying out the violin
The Tennessean

Nashville's youth were in for a special treat, when the Nashville Symphony hosted its Free Day of Music, a day where children of many ages could get hands on experience with the instruments of and the music played their local symphony. Next weekend the Symphony will host the Pied Piper concerts targeted at children 3 to 8.


The Nashville Symphony is hosting its seventh annual Free Day of Music from 1 to 9 p.m. today at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Nineteen groups will perform in various styles of music — classical, big band, rock, etc., — on four spaces throughout the complex, including the main concert hall.

There is also an instrument petting zoo where children can try various instruments; arts and crafts; and special box office ticket offers.


Photo Courtesy The Tennessean


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