Arts + Business Mixer with the Nashville Symphony

Directions for guests: When you arrive at the symphony center, please meet inside the stage door entrance located at 4th and Demonbreun. A symphony staff member will meet you at the stage door and escort guests to Founders Hall for the event.

Encounter the arts in Nashville in a brand-new way through the Arts & Business Council’s ARTS + BUSINESS MIXERS. Open to all (and free for Arts & Business Council members!), these events bring together all facets of the community for inspiring conversation and behind-the-scenes arts and cultural encounters like no other!

First up, you’re invited to bustling downtown Nashville for a behind-the-scenes look at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Beginning at 5 p.m., mix and mingle with new friends over light hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and the unrivaled ambiance of the Schermerhorn. You’ll receive an exclusive tour of the building before the evening culminates with the opportunity to sit in on a dress rehearsal for “Guerrero Conducts Bernstein with the Nashville Symphony” at 7 p.m. in Laura Turner Hall.

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind glimpse at the magic and wonder that is the Nashville Symphony and Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Space is limited, so don’t wait. Reserve your ticket today!

Presented by the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville in collaboration with the Nashville Symphony.

About the Nashville Symphony
One of Tennessee’s largest and longest-running nonprofit performing arts organizations, the Nashville Symphony has been an integral part of the Music City sound since 1946. Led by music director Giancarlo Guerrero, the 83-member ensemble performs more than 150 concerts annually, with a focus on contemporary American orchestral music through collaborations with composers including Jennifer Higdon, Aaron Jay Kernis and John Harbison. The orchestra is equally renowned for its unique commissioning and recording projects with Nashville-based artists including bassist Edgar Meyer, banjoist Béla Fleck, singer-songwriter Ben Folds and electric bassist Victor Wooten.

About the Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Named in honor of the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, who led the GRAMMY Award-winning Nashville Symphony for 22 years, Schermerhorn Symphony Center is home of the Nashville Symphony. Located in downtown Nashville’s SoBro neighborhood, across from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the building hosts a wide range of musical events, including classical, pops, jazz, and world music.

Parking & Transportation Options

Music City Center Parking Garage (6th Ave. S. & Demonbreun St.): Convenient parking is frequently available two blocks away at Music City Center. Some blackout dates may apply due to the convention schedule. Rates are from $10 for the first four hours (pricing may vary).
SoBro Parking Garage (205 Demonbreun St., one block from the Schermerhorn)
ParkItDowntown.com: The Nashville Downtown Partnership provides a complete listing of downtown parking options, including interactive maps and more.
ParkMe.com: This site allows you to search for convenient, affordable options close to Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
ParkWhiz.com: Parking options are also viewable at this site.
Transit: Nashville MTA operates more than 50 bus routes in Nashville and the surrounding vicinity. Click here to plan your route, or download the Transit-Hub or Transit mobile applications to access real-time transit info.
Transportation & Ride-Sharing: Uber, Lyft
Moovit: Use this app to find the best public transportation route to Schermerhorn Symphony Center.